Parents and guardians can choose to opt their children out of one or all vaccinations by obtaining a waiver.
We vaccinated. Our child was injured.
As concerned parents, we want to make the best choices for our children. Michigan for Vaccine Choice members feel that choice should encompass vaccination as well. It's important to remember that nearly every medical intervention, despite its good intentions, carries both risks and benefits.
I am in awe at how much vaccine injury affects everyday life. Stephanie started regressing immediately following her well-baby appointment. While my doctor denied any connection with the vaccines, the autism specialist the doctor sent us to indicated that our child was vaccine-injured. Read more
Before Gardasil, I was a perfectly healthy kid with a normal life. I got these shots because my doctor said it would save me from cancer. After the second shot, I started getting painful headaches every day. I developed joint pain, muscle spasms, hair loss, brain fog, and food sensitivities. Read more
Aiden was born at Oakwood Hospital in Dearborn in 2007. Prior to birth, I signed a waiver asking for no vaccinations to be administered. Within hours of being discharged, our son began to scream and cry uncontrollably. He screamed for 9 hours and refused to nurse. Read more
My son received all of the CDC recommended vaccines at his 4-month well-baby visit: Rotovirus, DTaP, Hib, PCV, IPV. Within 14 days he began showing severe stomach distress, going from severe constipation to severe diarrhea, which lasted for 16 days. Read more
On June 25, 2007 at 10 am, we went to a scheduled well baby visit with our healthy, completely neuro-normal nine month old triplets. We had an agreed upon plan of spacing out vaccinations with our doctor. On this visit the one vaccination was the pneumococcal vaccine. Read more
Our son received the Hepatitis B vaccine and Vitamin K shot within a few hours of his birth and was placed in the NICU for 7 days. The NICU physician told me that the labs indicated our son was fine at birth (initial CRP numbers were low, but then escalated with next draw). Read more