Teen Paralyzed By Gardasil Vaccine Dies


by Vaccineimpact.com

In 2016 we published the story of Colton Berrett, who received the Gardasil HPV vaccine at the age of 13 and became paralyzed from the neck down.

We published his interview with the VAXXED film crew in Utah, where he appeared with this mother and siblings, and also his nurse. He had learned how to walk again and was seemingly on the road to recovery.

It is with deep sympathy and sadness that Health Impact News has just learned that Colton has passed away. The only details known at this time are what has been published by family members on a GoFundMe page to raise funds for his funeral:

On behalf of the Berrett family, we are setting up this Go Fund Me account for the funeral costs of Colton Berrett.

Colton Berrett was an active, adventure seeking, fun loving teenager. He loved the outdoors and spent a lot of time with his family and friends camping and riding motorcycles.

A few years ago he received the HPV vaccination which would change his life forever. He was hospitalized for months and received constant therapy to help him in recovery.

He had to learn how to walk again and also to do daily tasks differently as he never regained full function of his lungs, neck, and right arm.

He had very limited use of his left arm and was attached to a ventalation machine through trachia to receive his daily breath.

Colton did not let this get him down. He was interviewed by the film crew who created the documentary VAXXED where he spoke out about his experience and spread awareness of the dangerous adverse effects that this vaccination can cause.

This was aired to people throughout the world and thousands have been impacted by his story.

Unfortunately many have been effected negatively from this vaccine and it has lead to sudden death.

Colton was able to live his life to the fullest and was blessed with a few additional years before these ailments would take his life as well.

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