International Memorial for Vaccine Victims

Honoring those whose lives have been lost or forever changed by vaccination

They Had No Voice. They Had No Choice.

They are the men, women, and children who have died or been injured by vaccines in nations around the world for the past 200 years. This is a virtual Memorial dedicated to those whose lives have been forever changed by vaccines they were often required by law to use.

The National Vaccine Information Center, headquartered in the United States, has created this Memorial to honor individual vaccine victims. The Memorial also offers families around the world the opportunity to post stories and photos about what happened to their loved ones so that others can become educated about the signs and symptoms of vaccine reactions in order to prevent vaccine injuries and deaths.

The Witnessing

If you have come to this website to witness what happened to you or a member of your family, we welcome you. You are part of a large, growing community of people all over the world whose lives have been profoundly affected by adverse responses to vaccination that can cause immune and brain disorders. The vaccine injured community is composed of people, young and old, who are suffering from a spectrum of chronic illness and disabilities, including learning disabilities and developmental delays, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, seizure disorders, mental retardation, diabetes, asthma, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and other kinds of neuroimmune and autoimmune dysfunction.

Whether your adult son was injured by the DPT vaccine as a child, or your newborn died after getting seven vaccines on one day, or you became disabled after getting an anthrax vaccination as a soldier, or your grandmother was crippled by flu vaccine, this Memorial gives you the opportunity to witness for the world about your experience with vaccination. It gives you or a person you care about a voice so that, someday, others will have a choice.

Our Hope

Our hope is that, by honoring those who are casualties of mass vaccination policies, there will be greater public awareness of the need to value and care as much about those who are harmed by the complications of vaccines as we care about those who are harmed by the complications of infectious diseases. This International Memorial for Vaccine Victims is offered to the world as testimony of the need to protect the biological integrity of life on this planet.

Learn more about the Memorial

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