Cheerleader Flu Shot Girl Miraculously "Cured"
A couple of weeks ago we brought you cheerleader Desiree Jennings who claimed to be afflicted with the rare neurological disorder known as Dystonia as a result of a flu shot. Among the many bizarre and hard to believe symptoms that Jennings suffered, the weirdest was that she could only walk backwards.
For everyone who thought that Jennings was perpetrating a hoax, you might just be right. Jennings now claims on her website (yes, she has a website) to be miraculously cured of the affliction.
And who is this medical miracle worker who cured Jennings? Is it some prominent doctor or clinician? Not quite. It is Dr. Rashid Buttar who has run into trouble with his medical board and is known for using urine injection therapy. Yes, that's exactly what you think it is.
Jennings, ever the publicity hound, put out a press release that stated, in part:
The treatments with Dr. Buttar at the Center for Advanced Medicine and Clinical Research in Charlotte, NC are working, and the results are nothing short of amazing. Jennings can now walk and talk normally throughout the vast majority of the day and the seizures/convulsions have significantly decreased. Although her full recovery will take an undetermined amount of time, her family is now for the first time, convinced she will make a complete recovery. She is now more than ever, driven by a desire to educate others to be informed of the potential side effects caused by vaccines and prevent others from suffering a similar fate.
Here's Desiree Jennings' video describing her recovery:
Say what you will about Desiree Jennings - she may be a wacko, but at least she's a hot looking wacko.
So is there still anyone out there who doesn't believe this is a hoax?