I send this with a heavy heart as most of you or one of your close family members have been on the receiving end of serious adverse events after vaccination. Most of you are aware of the typical response from medical authorities and doctors - minimize, ignore, blame something or someone else and most important - hide the true rate of these events. This is nowhere more apparent than when death occurs after a routine vaccination.
For those of you who have survived this tragedy, please accept my personal heartfelt apology for the sensitive nature of the articles and the Parents' Guide. My co-author, Catherine J. Frompovich and I felt it was necessary to provide parents a means of trying to uncover the truth about the death of their children.
Vaccine-related deaths are considered such a rare event medical personnel/coroners receive no training to help them recognize telltale signs/symptoms, leaving survivors forever questioning the unexplained death of their child. This is not acceptable.
Parents facing the tragic death of a previously healthy child should never be left with more questions than answers; nor should they be falsely accused of contributing to the death of their child. This educational guide should provide at least one way to solve such problems. The Parents’ Guide: What to do if your child dies after vaccination may be distributed worldwide at no charge as a public service to the survivors of death after vaccination.
You can access copies of this Guide via either of the two links below (a pdf copy is also attached in case any of you would like to print it out and distribute it to friends and family):
Many advocates from around the world have volunteered their time to translate this guide into other languages. As translations become available, we will provide pdf copies via the SaneVax link above.
The entire SaneVax team would like to personally thank the co-author, Catherine J. Frompovich and all of the medical and scientific professionals who provided their expertise to help us prepare this much needed resource.
Norma Erickson, President