Vaccine stories, books, poems, and more

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In 2009, an infant died. Why are so many infants just suddenly up and dying? I asked a coroner to think beyond the mainstream and provide the grieving family a meaningful answer. She did not respond; I am not surprised. Read More
For a moment, in January of 2015, Senator Warren seemed to care about The People. Sadly, the Senator's concerns were a flash in the pan. This is my letter of hope. Read More
When 20% of an entire generation is written-off, one would think the nation would shout in horror and demand proper treatment and a halt to the epidemic; rather, they seek ways to alienate, isolate, and denigrate those who do. Read More
After 7 years in Vaccine "court," which is not a court at all; I learned our case was filed based upon what the attorney found easiest to file, not my child's actual case history. The attorney, no matter how inept, will be compensated (though, regardless of skill, never what they… Read More
Letter to the Editor of the Orlando Sentinel regarding an article written by Ms. Salamone (August 2004) about the Florida Developmental Disabilities Wait List (never published) Read More

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Quick note to the President Read More
In 2013, I responded to a peer wondering when/what her recovery party might be - for too many of us, we will be celebrating the end of our hope for our children to attain independence. Read More
Upon dismissal from Vaccine "court," I am working to process and shape the experience so I can share the inner workings of this hellish kangaroo court. Read More
Written in response to the CDC and IACC Christmas Eve bombshell that, after five years the rate of Autism was still climbing, but they have no clue why (or that it really is climbing) Read More
This is my contribution to the Project Muse discussion, "Narrative Symposium: To Vaccinate or Not? Parents’ Stories:" Liz Parker. "From Ignorant Consumer to Informed Advocate: Lifting the Curtain and Confronting Oz." Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics, vol. 6, no. 3, 20 January 2017, pp. 176-180. Project Muse, https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/35716 Read More
Submitted to the Washington Post in response to their blogger, Alexandra Petri Read More

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Circa January 2010; on Autism Read More
Congressman Posey's office has over 10,000 pages of CDC documents demonstrating the CDC is lying about vaccine safety; it is time to dismantle the Government sponsored exemption from liability for harm for Pharma. When they manufacture a product that they know is unavoidably unsafe, then lobby the Government to enforce… Read More
A letter sent to President-Elect Obama, circa 2008, requesting action on behalf of the Nations' children. There was no reply. Read More

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A ballad from inside lives hijacked by autism. Read More
Maeve Coghaln is the daughter of an alchemist and the the sister of a magician, but her odd life is destroyed when her father dies and her brother disappears with in the same week. Now she must use her father's notes and a new friend to locate her brother and… Read More

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Immortal Vaccine tells the story of Maeve Coghlan who is the daughter of an alchemist and the sister to a magician. After the murder of her father and disappearance of her brother Maeve decides to track down their killer and uncover her families past. Read More
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