Father-of-two fights for life on ventilator with Guillain-Barre syndrome after AstraZeneca shot.

The family of 57 year old Anthony Shingler are demanding answers while he fights for his life with a potentially fatal syndrome after having the AztraZeneca Covid jab.


'It's a nightmare to watch him. I can't stand seeing my husband in so much pain every day. We've been totally ignored and forgotten by the government.


'He is still getting texts from the NHS to go for a second jab and he is lying in a NHS hospital paralysed. This is how impersonal it is. It's wrong on all levels.'


Anthony Shingler, from Northwood in Stoke-on-Trent, was left 'paralysed' after having his first dose of the jab three months ago in March.



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He has since been diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome which is a very rare and serious condition that affects the body's nerves.


The National Academy of Medicine, formerly known as Institute of Medicine, conducted a scientific review of this issue in 2003 and found that people who received the 1976 swine flu vaccine had an increased risk for developing GBS. The Influenza vaccine has also been associated with Guillain-Barre Syndrome.


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