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Is your story one in a million?

The CDC states that vaccine injuries are typically mild, and that severe injuries rarely occur (1 in a million doses). Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) data shows in fact that large numbers of severe vaccine injuries occur each year in Michigan, including some deaths.

 

Michigan for Vaccine Choice (MVC) has thousands of members that have either witnessed or experienced an adverse reaction. Some of those members have agreed to share their stories to bring awareness to medical professionals, legislators, and our neighbors about vaccine risks.

 

If you'd like to tell us your vaccine injury story, please join MVC (it's free) and complete the form at right. A vaccine injury story coordinator from MVC will follow up with you for an interview shortly after. Your vaccine injury story will not be published without your permission.

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586-447-2418

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Michigan for Vaccine Choice

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Troy, MI 48099-1121

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You should receive a personal response within 2-3 working days. 

 

MVC is an all-volunteer organization whose leadership team is busy with advocacy efforts, community education, raising families, and working full time jobs. We do our best to respond in a timely manner.

The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 gave vaccine manufacturers and doctors immunity from vaccine injury claims, eliminating financial liability. The National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program was created to compensate people injured by vaccines. Persons who believe they or their child may have been injured by a vaccine can learn about the program and filing a claim by calling (800) 338-2382, or by visiting hrsa.gov/vaccinecompensation