5 Seniors Die after Flu Shot at Assisted Care Center in Georgia

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On Friday November 7, 2014, all the residents at the Hope Assisted Living & Memory Care Center in Dacula, Georgia received flu vaccinations. They ALL reportedly developed a fever immediately, and within one week, five of the residents died.

According to its website, Hope Assisted Living & Memory Care specializes in Alzheimer’s and Dementia care. Our sources indicate that 5 fatalities in one week is extremely unusual, as the center “maybe loses a couple of people every 6 months or longer to Alzheimers.”

Healthcare workers across the U.S. fear to speak out against injuries due to vaccines, as it usually costs them their job. If you know anyone with family members at this facility near Atlanta Georgia, please demand an investigation immediately.

Hope Assisted Living & Memory Care

Some facts about the flu shot:

– See more at: http://healthimpactnews.com/2014/6-seniors-die-after-flu-shot-at-assisted-care-center-in-georgia/#sthash.r9gjVZzy.dpuf

One thought on “5 Seniors Die after Flu Shot at Assisted Care Center in Georgia”

  1. My father passed away 5 months ago after he developed a fever that wouldn’t go away. Coincidentally he had taken the flu shot right before the onset of this fever. The doctors convinced us that it wasn’t remotely related to the shot, he wasn’t even tested for influenza. If you have any collected data or research on deaths related to flu shot, it would be helpful if you could share so that I can build up the evidence against the wrong he suffered. Thanks.

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