Gardasil mother speaks out: SANEVAX vaccine injury victim support line
Posted Sep 30 2011 8:58am
When vaccine injury occurs and our medical community fails to recognize or diagnose the injury, mothers all over the world turn to SANEVAX, INC. for support. Our victim support line is a lifeline to mothers of the victims of Gardasil and other vaccines. One mother tells her experience regarding the support she received in this very frightening time in her life.
PRLog (Press Release) - Sep 30, 2011 - As the mother of a girl who has suffered injury due to the Gardasil, the HPV vaccine, I know first hand how important the Victims Hotline at SANEVAX.ORG is. We live in a small city in Wyoming with limited medical resources. When my daughter became ill in March of 2011, the medical community in our community was unable and unwilling to treat her. I was advised by our pediatrician that nothing could be done for my daughter and that I should take her home and ‘wait and see’ and ‘hope for the best.’
But I knew in my heart that was not what we should do. I knew that it simply was not enough. So, I searched online and found SANEVAX and the Victim’s Hotline . I contacted several of the names on the hotline via email. I received immediate responses from them. Many of the volunteers were mothers of Gardasil victims. The information the volunteers shared with me was invaluable and it helped save my daughter’s life. The hotline volunteers shared contact information for medical practitioners, and alternative practitioners with experience in treating Gardasil victims. I was also provided practical information about other therapies victim used with success.
At the time, I was desperate, frustrated, angry, confused and scared but the support and information I received from the hotline volunteers gave me real hope that my daughter would recover. I will never be able to thank the Hotline volunteers enough for their willingness to help, to listen, and most of all, to share what they knew from their own personal experiences. My daughter’s condition is much improved, due in large part, to the information and support I received from the hotline. I am eternally grateful to them.
According to VAERS (the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System), as of August 2011, there were 23,388 victims reporting injuries resulting from the Gardasil vaccine This number includes both male and female victims, although female victims currently outnumber male victims. It is believed that the incidence of injury is widely under-reported to due to misinformation and that the actual number of victims is much higher than current statistics reflect.
Despite the alarming number of reported injuries related to the Gardasil vaccine, the vaccine continues to be administered to both boys and girls ages 9 to 26 across the nation and it may soon be a required vaccination in many states. Those who have been injured by Gardasil continue to suffer its devastating effects and more children are vaccinated and become victims every day. All of these victims and their families are searching for information and support that is not easily found in the medical community or in their circles of friends and family. Consequently, the need for Hotline Volunteers is tremendous.
The Hotline is a valuable resource for parents and victims to use to talk to others in their home state, across the nation, and around the world regarding their child’s injury resulting from Gardasil. Hotline Volunteers are most often parents of victims, a concerned person or relative close to a victim of Gardasil, or sometimes a Gardasil victim. Volunteers have a thorough understanding of Gardasil Vaccine Injury. Hotline Volunteers do not offer medical advice at any time to anyone. However, contact information for medical practitioners, alternative medicine practitioners, and an abundance of useful information is offered free of charge. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, Hotline Volunteers can provide emotional support to victims and their families.
As a result of the recent media coverage of the political debates and the mention of the controversy surrounding Gardasil, we anticipate the possibility of more victims of Gardasil coming forward in the coming months. It is the goal of the Sane Vax Hotline to offer those victims and their families support and provide them with helpful information. We currently have volunteers in fifteen states and hope to have at least one Hotline Volunteer in every state soon. Sane Vax also has Hotline Volunteers in thirteen countries around the world.
If you or someone you know is interested in becoming a Hotline Volunteer, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, and enter “VACCINE HOTLINE” in the email’s subject line. Please go to SANEVAX for more information on injuries resulting from Gardasil and how you can help.