Originally published May 26 2015
Are vaccines to blame for Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood? (SUDC)
by Jonathan Benson, staff writer
(NaturalNews) A Texas couple is struggling to make sense of their 14-month-old son's recent death, one of the latest cases of a mystery condition that the medical system is now referring to as "Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood," or SUDC.
The condition is described as a companion disease to "Sudden Infant Death Syndrome," or SIDS, a phenomenon in which children under the age of one suddenly die, for no apparent reason. Children who die in this same manner but beyond age one are said to have SUDC.
Jessica and "J" Pieratt say their son Moss was born healthy, living beyond the normal SIDS window and thus assumed to be in the clear. But when he suddenly fell ill and died at 15 months of age, the couple was shocked to discover that there was another deadly disease related to SIDS to which Moss had succumbed.
As reported by KXAN.com, Moss woke up with a slight fever in April 2014, when he was just 14 months old. After his morning feeding, Moss' mother, recognizing that the boy was a bit under the weather, put him down for a morning nap. That's when everything changed.
Jessica reportedly went back in to the room and observed that young Moss was no longer breathing. She screamed for her husband to call 911, and when the paramedics arrived, Moss had a very faint pulse. He was immediately rushed to Dell Children's Medical Center in Austin for treatment.
According to reports, Moss spent the next 36 hours on life support, and after repeated attempts to bring the boy back to health without success, his parents decided to pull the plug. As they did so, they sang Moss his favorite songs, changed his last diaper, and gave him his last bath.
"Once we knew that he wouldn't survive this, I encouraged him to let go and that we loved him," stated Jessica to KXAN.com about how she and her husband said goodbye.
"At the time, trying to absorb the shock of everything that has transpired and yet still trying to salvage every little bit that you can are the last moments with your child," added husband J to the media.
SUDC may be cover for vaccine-induced health damage that occurs after one year of age Young Moss' fate and the way his parents dealt with the whole ordeal reads oddly similar to major media incidents like Sandy Hook, in which distressed parents were unusually quick to talk to reporters about celebrating their children's favorite pastimes right as their wee ones were slipping into the afterlife.
The media is also avoiding making any speculations as to the cause of SUDC, much like how SIDS is treated. Despite a suggestive connection to vaccines, both SUDC and SIDS are regarded in popular media as mysterious and unexplained health conditions.
KXAN.com claims that Moss' death was both "unexpected" and "unexplained," and that the official autopsy "shows nothing unusual." But surely Moss died from something, right? Children don't just die out of the blue for no reason at all.
Is SUDC really just a cover for vaccine-induced health damage that occurs beyond the one year mark, as SIDS often is for vaccine-induced health damage that occurs before the one year mark? If science is any indicator, the answer to the question could be an unfortunate yes.
"SUDC is just a new name for SIDS," wrote one KXAN.com commenter. "This is what you get when you lay your baby on a mattress of fire retardant and anti-microbial chemicals, and practice the modern day equivalent of witchcraft by injecting your baby with 34 vaccines by 36 months."
A study published in the peer-reviewed journal Current Medicine and Chemistry, entitled "Sudden infant death following hexavalent vaccination: a neuropathologic study," also found that SIDS occurs most commonly after babies receive their primary course of vaccinations. SIDS can also occur beyond one year of age when children are still being jabbed with other vaccines on the schedule.
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