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SaneVax Announces: A Parents’ Guide – What to do if your child dies after vaccination
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.
The authors prepared this guide in cooperation with multiple medical and scientific experts to provide a means to determine whether or not the death of a previously healthy child could be linked to the administration of vaccines. It has been vetted by medical professionals for accuracy and omissions based on current medical/scientific knowledge and will be updated as needed.
This comprehensive guide to recommended autopsy tests was created because no one is trained to recognize the signs of vaccine injury. Consequently, survivors are frequently left with a coroner’s verdict of ‘unexplained death.’ Even worse, some parents are unjustly accused of shaken-baby syndrome, charged with child abuse/neglect and sometimes imprisoned for a death without known cause.
The standard practice of leaving grieving parents with no answers, or worse, is simply not acceptable.
Consider the following:
The VAERS database was established in 1990 to monitor the rate of adverse events occurring post-vaccination. Since that date an average of 217 deaths per year have been reported, or one every 40 hours. The CDC estimates only 1-10% of adverse events are reported.
• At 10% reporting, a death after vaccination occurs every 4 hours for an average of 2,170 per year
• At 1% reporting, a death after vaccination occurs every 24 minutes for an average of 21,700 per year
These startling figures alone demonstrate a dire need for such a guide. One has to wonder why ‘public servants’ employed at the CDC, National Institutes of Health and/or the FDA have not already provided such a guide to medical professionals, pathologists and coroners.
This apparent omission is not in the best interest of medical consumers. These agencies have an obligation to protect and serve the medical consumers who pay their salaries.
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 will be distributed worldwide at no charge as a public service to the survivors of death after vaccination.