Medical Exemptions For Vaccines
Supporting A Medical Exemption
For The Flu & Other Vaccines
Should I Get The Flu Vaccine In Lyme Disease?
The Vaccine Debate & Lyme
QUOTE- "Moreover, influenza vaccine antigens, when applied during Borrelia-infection, failed to induce strong antibody responses and immune-protection from influenza challenge."
Sample Letters For Exemptions- Adjust As Needed
See Attached Letter Below- Request For Exemption
The Painful Truth About Last Year's Failed Flu Vaccine
GreenMed Search- 10 pages with many articles
Flu Vaccinations: A Justified Pain In The Arm?
Increased Risk of Bell’s Palsy
QUOTE- "Both groups [medical students] had known people who refused vaccines for themselves or for their children (respectively, 54.7 and 43.3% of students and 59.0 and 41.0% of physicians). The total of 48.7% of physicians had already assisted vaccine refusers."
Government's Excel Document- Verification With Over 38,000 Adverse Event Reports (With Symptoms) Reported to the Government VAERS System.
Look Up 2017 Flu Vaccine Data- (See Some Documents Attached to Bottom Of This Page)
"The exact cause of GBS is unknown, but about two-thirds of people who develop GBS experience symptoms several days or weeks after they have been sick with diarrhea or a respiratory illness. Infection with the bacterium Campylobacter jejuni is one of the most common risk factors for GBS. People also can develop GBS after having the flu or other infections (such as cytomegalovirus and Epstein Barr virus). On very rare occasions, they may develop GBS in the days or weeks after getting a vaccination."
Post Vaccination Guillian Barre Syndrome
"Most of the cases of Guillain-Barre syndrome due to vaccination are either undiagnosed or misdiagnosed."
CDC- Medical Reasons to Obtain Exemption from Vaccination
People who SHOULD NOT get the flu shot:
- Children younger than 6 months of age are too young to get a flu shot.
- People with severe, life-threatening allergies to flu vaccine or any ingredient in the vaccine. This might include gelatin, antibiotics, or other ingredients. See Special Considerations Regarding Egg Allergy for more information about egg allergies and flu vaccine.
People who should talk to their doctor before getting the flu shot:
If you have one of the following conditions, talk with your healthcare provider. He or she can help decide whether vaccination is right for you, and select the best vaccine for your situation:
- If you have an allergy to eggs or any of the ingredients in the vaccine. Talk to your doctor about your allergy. See Special Considerations Regarding Egg Allergyfor more information about egg allergies and flu vaccine.
- If you ever had Guillain-Barré Syndrome (a severe paralyzing illness, also called GBS). Some people with a history of GBS should not get this vaccine. Talk to your doctor about your GBS history.
- If you are not feeling well, talk to your doctor about your symptoms.
CDC Medical Exemptions:
If you are healthy with no allergies and no past history of adverse vaccine reactions, then you will likely have a difficult time finding a doctor willing to sign a medical exemption letter. However, if you have had previous adverse reactions to vaccines or currently suffer from allergies or take a medication for one or more chronic conditions, or live in a household with individuals who have a suppressed immune system and who might suffer if you expose them to shedding of the "virus" from your vaccine, then getting a medical exemption may be possible. The procedure of vaccination can never be 100% safe and it is difficult to predict who will suffer serious vaccine injury. Some people have conditions that are associated with increased risks of vaccine injury. See the package insert for your particular mandated vaccine here.
How To Avoid Flu Vaccine & Not Get Fired
Real Risk of Side Effects- See Attached Document Below