Wisconsin Woman, 26, Dies of After Flu Shot
| Story dated Jan 09, 2015 |
– From Admin – Even though the story states the woman died of influenza, this is a cover story to protect lucrative pharma profits. –
Katherine McQuestion worked at St. Catherine’s Medical Center and
Wisconsin has introduced legislation – An Act to create 252.22 of the statutes; Relating to: limitations on requiring vaccination against influenza.
KENOSHA, Wis. — A 26 year old health care worker has died after becoming infected with the flu. Katherine McQuestion graduated from the University of WisconsinMilwaukee as a radiology technician and worked at St. Catherine’s Medical Center in Pleasant Prairie. Watch the story McQuestion’s mother said her daughter was healthy, beautiful and smart. She married in September, and her funeral was held on Tuesday. McQuestion’s mother said her daughter was required to and had received a flu shot, but it didn’t keep her from becoming sick.
Kenosha County Health Officer Cynthia Johnson said the vast majority of people who get a flu shot are helped by it. “For the majority of people, they should get vaccinated because this is a very unusual case, and it typically doesn’t happen,” Johnson said. Johnson said McQuestion’s doctor attributed her symptoms to influenza on the death certificate. Her mother said she developed sepsis from the flu, which is essentially blood poisoning, and suffered a heart attack and massive organ failure. “Sometimes that does happen with those cascading results of someone’s metabolism, their particular makeup that they can fail very quickly, and it’s very difficult at times to turn that around,” Johnson said. McQuestion’s mother said her family is devastated and hopes in some way that talking about what happened to her daughter will help someone else. Johnson said it appears flu season peaked in December, because the number of hospitalizations is dropping.