Deciphering Vaccine Safety Data

Careful research is time consuming, but so is vaccine injury. Far better to learn the risks up front than to find out after. You can vaccinate anytime, but you can never unvaccinate.

If you are looking at safety data in vaccine package inserts, please keep in mind that vaccines are tested against other vaccines or neurotoxic adjuvants. They are not tested against saline or other inert, harmless substances. Please don’t take safety data in the package insert at face value. It is misleading.

In order to find out what a vaccine was tested against, you probably have to go deeper than the package insert.

You need to go to the original trials, for example, for RotaTeq:

There you will see that the placebo for this trial was all ingredients except the vaccine virus. This skews safety data because we only know how the whole vaccine compares with a sampling of its neurotoxic ingredients–not how it stacks up against a harmless substance, like saline. Yet you’re told that it is safer than the placebo.

References to the source material are often not provided in the package inserts. So, go to Google Scholar and put in, for example, Rotarix safety and efficacy.

The trials will come up. Then go to the papers themselves for the details of the trials.

The risk is yours alone. Nobody will pick up the pieces for you, once the damage is done.

More reading on vaccine safety:

Kristen Chevrier

Vaccines 101

You cannot sue vaccine manufacturers, doctors, or nurses who administer vaccines. You can sue for injury from other drugs, but not for injury from vaccines.

Vaccines are not tested against actual placebos. They are not held to the same testing standards as regular drugs.

It is irresponsible to administer vaccines to someone whose gut flora is compromised. (Use of antibiotics by the patient, or by the mother while the mother is pregnant or nursing, constitutes compromise.)

It is irresponsible to administer vaccines to a person who is ill.

It is irresponsible to recommend the use of Tylenol in close proximity to a vaccination.

It is irresponsible to administer vaccines to people with genetic mutations that predispose them to vaccine injury.

It is irresponsible to administer vaccines to child, or a sibling of a child, with developmental delays and/or chronic gastrointestinal distress.

It is irresponsible to administer vaccines to someone who is in kidney distress– or other distress.

It is irresponsible to give vaccines to patients with egg allergies or eczema.

Informed consent cannot exist where information is manipulated or is incomplete. A pretty brochure about the benefits and two or three “rare” complications is not complete information.

Kristen Chevrier

Utah School and Daycare Vaccines: What Parents Need to Know

Utah parents, please be aware that you can choose to use all vaccines, some vaccines, no vaccines, or delay vaccines, and still have your children attend school.

Learn about exemptions here. Note that some vaccines, like HPV/Gardasil, are not among those you need to either receive, or be exempted from, in order to attend school.

Find the list of required vaccines here. Before you vaccinate, know what is in the vaccines. Find vaccine ingredients here. Read the package inserts here.  (Note that “placebos” for vaccine safety studies are other vaccines or neurotoxic adjuvants–not saline or other harmless substances, so safety data is skewed.)

The risk is all yours. No doctor, nurse, or pharmacist is going to come to your aid after your child is injured. Keeping your child safe is your responsibility and your right.

Where there is risk, there must be choice.

Kristen Chevrier

HPV: Some Utah Teachers Encourage Students to Pressure Parents

Last year some Utah schools sent out letters to parents stating that vaccines were required in order for students to attend–with no mention of exemptions. Several parents called them on it and the letters were revised.

This year teachers are telling children to go home and ask their parents to get them the highly controversial, unnecessary, and very dangerous HPV shot.

Thank you, a friend of mine, for writing this response:

I hear you recommended to your kids to go home and tell their parents to take them to get the HPV vaccine?

Do you think the law protects you from giving medical advice (like a Doctor) to minors without parents present? Are you qualified to give medical advice?

This vaccine is perhaps the most dangerous vaccine on the market. Many perfectly healthy kids are becoming very sick and disabled, and even sometimes die from this vaccine. Here’s a 13 year old Utah boy that was injured by the vaccine –

The median age for cervical cancer is 49 years old. The vaccine only lasts for 5 years at most, so giving this vaccine to teenagers doesn’t accomplish anything.

More info on HPV and the vaccine you may not know:
1- 90% of people with HPV will clear it naturally with no symptoms of any kind within two years.
2- Of the remaining 10%, only half (5%) will have cellular changes that could lead to cancer.
3- HPV vaccines only cover 2-4 of the 30-40 strains of HPV and they have not been proven to be effective.
4- The vaccine only lasts for 5 years.
5- HPV is easily screened by pap smears and is usually easily treatable when detected early.
6- Dr. Diane Harper (lead researcher for Gardasil vaccination) reported that, “the serious adverse reports of health damage following the Gardasil vaccine outweigh any protection, lasting only five years, against the very small risk of cervical cancer.”
7- Dr. Scott S. Fields of the American College of Pediatricians issued a warning in a January 2016 report that the Gardasil vaccination could be associated with a rare but serious condition known as premature menopause, or premature ovarian failure.
8- Spain, France, India and Japan have stopped using HPV vaccines and have filed criminal lawsuits against Merck in regards to the Gardasil vaccine.
9- Studies have shown that people who received HPV vaccine actually have a higher risk of getting one of the more dangerous HPV strains.

Here are the stories of over 200 injured kids

Many, many, links/resources to under this article…/lawsuits-against-hpv…/

If you have any questions or need more information, please don’t hesitate to ask. In the meantime, I would take the time to educate yourself on this vaccine, and I definitely would not be dispensing any more medical advice to your students if I were you.

VaxXed Stories: Colton in Utah
Colton and his mother Kathleen share his story of vaccine injury following the Gardisil…
#VaxxedNation #Revolution4Truth

Kristen Chevrier

2017 Utah Vaccine Bills: HB308, 309, 310


The Utah State Legislature is currently considering three bills that affect Utah vaccine policy. The first two bills, HB3080S1 and HB309, were combined into one bill, with no amendments, as of yesterday. These two affect frequency and procedure for getting vaccination exemptions. The third, HB310, affects reporting and collection of data.

The Downsides
The now combined HB3080S1 and HB309 direct the Utah Department of Health to create an “education” module on vaccines that will instruct parents who choose not to vaccinate. Although the language of the bill restricts the content and length of the module, I am not anticipating a unbiased presentation of fact. This bill also adds one exemption renewal at 7th grade.

Another downside is that the ability to write your own religious exemption has been removed.  Under the new law, religious exemptions will  treated the same way as personal exemptions.

HB310 expands the reach of a centralized statewide database that has existed in Utah since the early 1990’s. This database is used for reporting the administration of FDA approved vaccines in Utah. Many vaccine administrators already use this database (1,030 of 1,500 in the state), but this bill would make reporting mandatory.  Centralizing information is always a problem, because databases are always susceptible to a breach. Always. The larger the database, the bigger the prize. If we need to keep records they should be kept locally. If people can’t remember which vaccines their children have had, they can contact their family doctor. The rare situations in which someone might need immediate information on previously adminstered vaccines does not justify making every vaccine recipient in the state a target.

HB3080S1-309 remove a juvenile court penalty for non-compliance with Utah vaccine policy; they extend the time period for compliance; they remove the ability for health departments to charge fees for exemptions; they bring the process to your home computer, so that you can print out your own exemption form and take it straight to the school.

Considerations: For some families the trip to the health department is two or more hours each way. Many parents have also reported feeling intimidated and bullied by health department employees. Some end up vaccinating their children under pressure. These bills provide an option of going to the health department or getting exemptions from home.

HB310 doesn’t have upsides that I can see. The stated necessity for this action is to make sure people are not getting double doses of vaccines. I think there may be better solutions to that problem. The bill does require vaccine administrators to advise parents of their right to opt out of this system. This database only includes those who have been vaccinated, who have not opted out.

I see the first two bills as a net step forward for parental rights regarding Utah vaccination policy. The third, not so much. There is much left to be done, but we are making progress.

UPDATE: 308/309 passed through the House and Senate. 310 was pronounced dead on the Senate floor, due to lack of funding. Nothing is actually dead until midnight Thursday, when the session ends.

Always read first and comment after.
Find and read the bills here.

Know your facts, avoid emotion, and use proper protocol.
Find instructions here.

To determine status of the bills, track progress, or view committee calendars, go to These bills will likely be heard and voted on in the Senate, March 7, 2017.

Kristen Chevrier