Is someone in your family adversely affected by vaccination?

We are often told that vaccinations are perfectly safe or, if there is a small risk of side effects, most effects are mild and transitory with serious reactions only affecting 1 vaccinated person in a million.

Since the Australian Government readily admits that as few as 1% of all serious vaccine (and drug) reactions are ever reported, it is obvious that the vast majority of these events are not acknowledged.

The AVN would like to hear from you. Has someone in your family been adversely affected by vaccination? Was that reaction ever acknowledged by the medical industry and were mainstream medical therapies helpful in treating or overcoming the results of the reaction or were you able to find assistance from within the natural therapies community? Lastly, what is the current condition of the vaccine-injured person today?

The AVN would be very grateful if you could take the time to answer these few questions. We estimate that it will only take approximately 5 minutes and it will go a long way towards helping us understand how many people are actually being affected by vaccination and how few of those reactions are ever counted in the official statistics.

We do not claim that this is a scientific survey, but it will give us an indication of how big a problem we are facing when it comes to vaccine injuries and deaths.

To participate in this survey, please click here.

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One comment on “Is someone in your family adversely affected by vaccination?
  1. Phil says:

    • The Italian Health Ministry recently conceded that the MMR vaccine caused autism in a now nine-year-old boy. The Bocca family has subsequently been awarded a 15-year annuity totaling 174,000 Euros (just under $220,000), plus reimbursement for court costs. The judge ruled the boy “has been damaged by irreversible complications due to vaccination (prophylaxis trivalent MMR”).

    • A documented serious side effect of vaccination, including smallpox, rabies, pertussis and MMR vaccine, is encephalitis (inflammation of the brain), which can lead to permanent brain damage and also result in regressive behavior.

    • Dozens of studies have confirmed the hotly contested findings of Dr. Wakefield, whose 1998 study suggested a link between the MMR vaccine, chronic bowel inflammation, and symptoms of regressive autism. This is in contrast to the many vaccine industry-sponsored studies that refuted this association, which were widely picked up by the media.

    • The work of Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride explains how chronic bowel inflammation resulting from abnormal gut flora can lead to symptoms of autism, as well as many other neurological- and behavioral problems. Children with abnormal gut flora are at increased risk for vaccine damage, and parents should seriously consider postponing vaccinations until gut flora has been normalized to minimize health risks;