Nickson Would be Celebrating Life if it Weren’t for Vaccines

Conclusion Parents need to be able to choose what goes into their child’s body, especially when their babies are not born full-term or have any underlying health problems at birth. When a product such as a vaccine is injected into a child, known to be associated with severe risks, including death, there should be a standard protocol in place for these families to get needed support when the risks outweigh the benefits. No one can predict how a vaccine will negatively affect a person. Lindsey and other families going through this, suffering the loss of a child likely caused by the vaccine(s) given to them, when no other plausible cause exists, wouldn’t have to resort to such measures to ask for financial help to get justice for what was wrongfully done to their baby if the help was readily available. Having to wait months, years, even more than a decade, to receive any compensation is problematic. Instead of resources being available for these parents, families are disregarded and left to fend for themselves. New protocols should be put in place to help these families who did what they were told they were supposed to do, for the “greater good.” This is not a time to restrict exemption rights when there isn’t even a functional plan of recourse for those who suffer such loss or end up with a living vaccine-damaged child. There should be an exemption parents who lost a child to vaccines or have a living vaccine-damaged child can file. How could one b...
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