Cheerleader has swine flu shot and now she can only walk backwards

An American woman is convinced that a flu shot given to her has lead to a rare disorder which means she can only walk backwards. Even more strangely, she has lost the ability to talk at all - unless she is running.

The woman, Desiree Jennings, took a flu jab but just ten days later, she started shaking and struggled to walk in a straight line.

She can't stay still without having a spasm, but incredibly when she either walks backwards or runs forwards, she is normal again.

Just two years ago, she married her childhood sweetheart Brandon, and was training to become a cheerleader for the Washington Redskins.

Experts have diagnosed her rare condition as 'dystonia'. But despite the huge setback in her life, she claims the only thing important to her is "love."


Anonymous said...

It wasn't a swine flu shot. It was just a regular flu shot.

Anonymous said...

it was a swine flu shot did you hear what they freaking said

Anonymous said...

There is one way to cure her, Acupuncture and time so the serum wares off.

Anonymous said...

That is so aweful that poor girl she is such a beautiful girl and that ruined her life and her dream of bein a Pro-Cheerleader im my opinion i think she should sue the drug company for the pain an suffering that the flu shot caused her!!!!! That should discourage people from the flu shot, the Government uses us as experiments, its not right we should all stick together and say its not right for them to do that to us were people not animals!!!!!

Anonymous said...


Glaxo is just a marketing hand
so who sold that vacc to the whole world carrying seeds of the next pandemic?
What state, what monster?
When failed, getting away to try again?
Like Oklahoma

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guess where all the internet monitoring flows to and you guessed where that vaccine maker sits

According to a list compiled by Dr. Patricia Doyle at, a host of strange ingredients are used to make up Hoffman-La Roche's anti-flu drug Tamiflu, which has recently been connected with bizarre behavior,

Patients using Tamiflu -- which many nations are stocking up on as a way to combat a possible pandemic of the deadly H5N1 bird flu -- reported delirium, hallucinations, delusions, convulsions, disturbed consciousness and abnormal behavior. The FDA reports that side effects reported with Tamiflu include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bronchitis, stomach pain, dizziness and headache.


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