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Mother Sues Government Claiming Vaccinations Caused Her Children's Illness

A mother in Pécs is suing the Hungarian state, asserting that her two sons, ages 17 and 20, became incurably ill after receiving the MMR vaccine as infants according to a Blikk report.
The vaccine is designed to protect against measles, mumps, and rubella.

Ágnes Györkös clarified to the newspaper that she was never anti-vaccine. She recounted how her first-born son received the MMR shot at 15 months of age and then, two days later, exhibited the first symptoms, including trembling and the compulsive movements characteristic of autistic individuals. Additionally, her son would bite his own hands and feet until they bled.

Despite seeking various treatments for her son, his condition has not improved over the years. Ágnes Györkös also attempted to alert the authorities to her problem, but claimed she was ignored, and moreover, her second child's health also deteriorated after receiving vaccinations.

The mother from Pécs tried to prevent the administration of the MMR vaccine, but the pediatrician appeared at her home with two police officers.

"The doctor came to our house with two policemen, and they vaccinated my little boy despite my attempts to stop them. After Dominik's vaccination, frightening symptoms appeared almost immediately after the injection his entire body turned red, swelled up, and then he stopped breathing," Ágnes Györkös detailed to the paper.

She added that her young son spent nearly three months in the hospital, in the intensive care unit, hooked up to a ventilator. His condition improved for a while due to developmental therapy sessions, but later his health declined again. Occasions occurred, she stated, when her son had to be resuscitated up to five times a month because his breathing would suddenly stop.

MOTHER DEMANDS 120 MILLION FORINTS IN DAMAGES

Ágnes Györkös initiated the legal action one and a half years ago. Her first-born son's case has already resulted in the awarding of a minimal allowance, but they are currently awaiting the experts' findings.

After years of waiting, the mother decided to sue the state of Hungary. Her claim amounts to 120 million forints, but the sum could be greater considering the treatments the children have received so far and those they will need in the future. Ágnes Györkös views the situation with hope.
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