Vaccine News – VaxXed Stories: Matthew and Marcus in New Jersey

 

 

 

VaxXed Stories: Kimberly in Boise, Idaho

 

VaxXed Stories: Nurse in Boise, Idaho

VaxXed Stories: Matthew and Marcus in New Jersey
Even though he was 5 weeks premature, Marcus was immediately vaccinated at birth. He ended up in the NICU with apnea. His parents suspect his reflux and multiple respiratory issues were related to the vaccines he received. His brother Matthew experienced similar issues, but also started to show signs of regression after rounds of vaccines. At 14 months Matthew received the MMR where the reaction was clear. Gastrointestinal distress, head banging, loss of eye contact, high pitched screaming etc. Matthew eventually received an autism diagnosis.

VaxXed Stories: Raelee Parris in Nashville, TN
Raelee passed away at 3 and a half years old in December 2015. His mom left their first pediatrician because they wouldn’t let her stagger his vaccines. At 14 months, Raelee was running a fever. The mother tried to decline the shot because her child was sick, but the nurse bullied her into getting the DTaP shot. Later that day, Raelee began to have seizures and would never fully recover.

VaxXed Stories: Stella Sorenson in Boise, Idaho

Brian Burgess and Medical Professional in Boise, Idaho

VaxXed Stories: Mom with Baby in Boise, Idaho

VaxXed Stories: Jennifer in Nashville, TN
Jennifer was a completely healthy 25-year-old mother of a 3-year-old daughter and was bullied into taking the Gardasil vaccine. She had mild symptoms after the 1st and 2nd doses, but after the 3rd dose began having seizures, brain fog and many other debilitating symptoms. It’s been 5 years since then and she still has 1-2 seizures a month.

VaxXed Stories: Military Family in Boise, Idaho

VaxXed Stories: Leda Dunn in Nashville, TN
Leda’s 2nd son was completely unvaccinated until age 7, when he got a Polio vaccine. His mother assumed he would be old enough to not worry about side effects, but immediately after the single Polio vaccine, he started having facial tics and other OCD symptoms.

 

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