ULRIKE REINHARDT and MARCUS HEYL
Thursday, Nov 19th, 2009
With trembling hands, the distraught mother stroked the yellow bear which belenged to Finlay – her beloved son. The little boy died two weeks ago at the age of 21 months after having a vaccination against swine flu.
Doctors reported the case to the Paul Ehrlich Institute as a possible result of a deadly reaction to the virus inoculation.
Mother Yvonne B. (34), a nurse for the elderly in Berlin, said: “Finlay was born with a heart defect and damaged lungs. He had been operated on four times. Now he was waiting in hospital for a new heart and a new lung.
“He was doing quite well. We went out with him everyday. He played in the leaves and liked to watch birds.”
Doctors told the parents that the tot should be inoculated, mirroring the advice of the standing committee on vaccinations.
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