As promised in,"Do not let this happen to your child and family", below is the video of Del Bigtree's interview with Nick and Marjorie Catone about the tragic loss of their precious 20 month old son, Nicholas. (The interview begins at point 36.36.) Listen as Marjorie, a registered nurse, shares -- like so many physicians and healthcare professionals have -- that she did not learn about vaccine risks in her medical training. Read and hear her powerful words..."not one person ever came through..." Please pray for this family and do more. Honor Nicholas' memory by sharing his story with others. Those of us who are aware of the dangers of vaccines have an obligation to "come through" and tell others. God bless and take care...
“We just never in a million years thought we would be here; and I wish that somebody had told me something about vaccines when we had two children growing up. We’re very well connected in the community and at work as a nurse; not one person ever came through and ever told me anything bad about vaccines. So, if anything, I feel like this became our mission even though I don’t want it to be, but just the education and the awareness about just doing your own research. I’m not here to tell you not to vaccinate, but to just educate yourselves before you do, because I know in going forth with Madeline and if we have any more children, we’d never vaccinate
until things change.”
Nicholas Scott Catone
September 8, 2015 - May 12, 2017
“It’s hard… It’s really hard…like I say, don’t let it be you…Don’t let it, don’t let it be your son or daughter. Just do your research because this is the worse, worse feeling in the world for a family to go through…We’re torn to pieces and we’ve got to live like this the rest of our life. It’s not a fun way to through life; to wake up and have to try and just struggle everyday to get through each day . . . “
You need to re-educate physicians…You need to bring awareness to moms and women and parents who are undergoing, trying to get pregnant and having babies because if the system can’t get fixed, at least they can be aware of the problem and then make a decision on that…"