I am/was not anti-vaccine, quite the opposite. My child was injured by a vaccine that I thought was safe and effective. I did not do my research.


I wrote this article, focusing on my family’s vaccine injuries, but also to share the sadness that an incredible opportunity has been lost the last thirty years to gather true research on vaccine safety. Note: Safety is not in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) name!


Full citation:  Millan, A. (2016). Vaccines: First, Do No Harm. Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics 6(3), E5-E8. The Johns Hopkins University Press. To Vaccinate or Not? Parent’s Stories. Project MUSE database.


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The Seriousness of Eczema - article (pdf)





VAXXED, from Cover-Up to Catastrophe is a movie about Dr. William Thompson, senior scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), falsifying a published study regarding the link between neurodevelopmental disorders and childhood vaccines. Dr. Thompson turned his information over to Congress via Rep. Bill Posey of Florida and he has declared ‘whistleblower status’. Advocates have requested Congressional hearings, without success. The movie is available at and on Netflix.


The VAXXED Bus: VAXXED has become a movement throughout the United States and some countries. Family stories have been recorded and individual who have been injured or died from vaccines have their names written on a bus. There are currently over 7,000 names. Robin is # 2821.


Get Involved: and

Facebook: We are VAXXED

Periscope:  Team VAXXED

Youtube: VAXXED TV



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      Vaccine laws that affect your freedom of choice are in jeopardy in all states across America. Currently in 2017, Florida law only allows Religious and Medical exemptions.

      Medical exemption (form DH 680) is given by your doctor with justification for their decision. This form will be sent to the Department of Health. Ask for a copy.

      Religious exemption (form DH 681) is available at your local Health Department. Simply ask for the form. Under Florida law, agents cannot require proof or ask questions about your religious beliefs (FL Health Department vs Curry-1998). Keep the original exemption in your records.



  • A medical exemption is dependent on your doctor agreeing that your health is in extreme danger if you receive any or additional vaccinations.
  • Vaccine policy and laws are ‘all or nothing’ and do not allow you to pick and choose which vaccines you want. With choosing a religious exemption, you are legally choosing not to vaccinate




     It is a human right to make your own decision regarding vaccination, and your decision may be based on many factors or beliefs. WEBSITES:National Vaccine Information Center for Disease Control and  Your freedom of choice regarding your vaccination decision is regulated by state authorities and laws. Know your state laws.

      Vaccinations are a medical procedure with documented risks. Under Public Law 99-660, The National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986, vaccine manufacturers and doctors are not liable for damages or deaths from vaccines.

      The decision to not vaccinate involves making an informed, educated decision. Suggested reading: Vaccines 2.0: The Careful Parent’s Guide to Making Safe Vaccination Choices for Your Family by Dan Olmsted and Mark Blaxill. Review the National Vaccine Information Center website ( for information and state representatives to help you navigate vaccine exemptions.

      Your decision to not vaccinate will involve understanding other issues such as finding medical care, school acceptance, and possible isolation or quarantine when there are community outbreaks. If you have a religious exemption, any facility accepting Federal funding must accept your exemption.

      You have the RIGHT to make your own decisions about vaccination.


Vaccination is a medical procedure with documented risks.






In today’s fast-paced society, we often trust others for some of the most important decisions in our lives. Vaccinate responsibly by educating yourself. Do not be intimidated by your doctor or friends.

  1. Review the recommended vaccine schedule on the CDC website. Research the NVIC website, including ‘titers’ to make sure you need a specific vaccine.
  2. Suggested reading, The Vaccine Book: Making the Right Decisions for Your Child, by Robert W. Sears, MD, FAAP.
  3. PRIOR to receiving any vaccine, ask your doctor for a copy of the entire Vaccine Package Insert for each scheduled vaccine. They are about 20” long. Accept no substitute. Pay particular attention to sections on description, precautions, adverse reactions, usage, and contraindications.
  4. Find detailed information on each vaccine ingredient when you computer search: “CDC Pink Book Vaccine Ingredients”.  (It is Appendix B)
  5. Carefully review the “Ask 8 Before you Vaccinate” on the NVIC website.
  6. Do not vaccinate until you are an educated consumer. It is your decision!




Using your research, you now have the information to move forward:

  1. Confirm with your doctor’s office which vaccines are scheduled for that day.
  2. With your doctor, compare the doctor’s recommended vaccines for the day with the CDC recommended schedule and each manufacturer’s package insert. Make sure the vaccines do not conflict. Your doctor may need to do additional research and adjust the schedule for that day.
  3. Bring a copy of the NVIC’s “Ask 8 Before you Vaccinate” and go over them with your doctor.
  4. Before any vaccine is given, ask your doctor to list EACH vaccine on a prescription pad along with each vaccine manufacturer’s name, lot number, and expiration date. Make sure you can read it, and keep this in a safe place. It is the law!




Each vaccine can have different reactions and different time frames when a reaction can occur.

  1. If you believe you or your family member is experiencing a vaccine reaction, go immediately to the ER or a walk-in clinic. Be sure to take all information about the vaccines you received.
  2. Share the information you have on vaccine reactions with their doctor. Get documentation of your visit, including any treatment you received.
  3. Call your primary doctor and report the incident. Send a copy of the report and make sure it is entered into your medical record.
  4. Report the incident to VAERS (Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System) and keep a copy of the report. See the NVIC website (


  If you or your child has a reaction or has died, the Government may compensate if the incident meets their guidelines. Under PL 99-660, you have three years to file a claim for an injury and two years for a death. Refer to the NVIC website for help.

Under this law, vaccine manufacturers and doctors are not liable for damages or deaths from vaccines.