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Family win 18 year fight over MMR damage to son: £90,000 payout is first since concerns over vaccine surfaced

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Martin Delgado
Daily Mail
Sunday, August 29, 2010

A mother whose son suffered severe brain damage after he was given the controversial MMR vaccine as a baby has been awarded £90,000 compensation.

The judgment is the first of its kind to be revealed since concerns were raised about the safety of the triple jab.

Robert Fletcher, 18, is unable to talk, stand unaided or feed himself.

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He endures frequent epileptic fits and requires round-the-clock care from his parents Jackie and John, though he is not autistic.

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He suffered the devastating effects after being given the combined measles, mumps and rubella vaccine when he was 13 months old.

The Department of Health had always denied that the jab was the cause of Robert’s disability. But now, in a judgment which will give hope to hundreds of other parents whose children have been severely affected by routine vaccinations, a medical assessment panel consisting of two doctors and a barrister has concluded that MMR was to blame.

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This article was posted: Sunday, August 29, 2010 at 4:29 am





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