In a devastating turn of events, the parents of little Sawyer, just 62 days old, received a toxicology report that revealed an alarming 95 micrograms per liter of aluminum in his blood, a level considered toxic for adults. Even more heartbreaking was the conclusion of the toxicologist: the elevated levels of aluminum and antigens were attributed to the vaccines.
Sawyer's parents, Melissa, a registered nurse, and her fiancé Nick, shared their heart-wrenching journey with journalist Jennifer Margulis. Their pursuit of truth began when the initial cause of Sawyer's passing was inaccurately attributed to “asphyxiation due to inappropriate sleep position and environment” by the medical examiner.
The sequence of events began on October 20, 2022, when Melissa sought medical attention for Sawyer's persistent rash. A viral infection was diagnosed, and a cream was prescribed. A week later, despite reservations, Sawyer received a round of scheduled childhood vaccines, including RotaTeq, Hib, Prevnar 13, and Pediarix.
Dr. Lawrence Palevsky, a pediatrician, emphasized that while there may not be official warnings against vaccinating sick children, there are no benefits, only potential risks.
Melissa, though a nurse herself, had recently become skeptical about vaccines. A video on vaccine dangers for children had raised concerns, but societal pressure led them to proceed with the vaccinations.
Tragically, within hours, Sawyer's condition deteriorated. Despite Melissa's attempts to soothe him with baby Tylenol and breastmilk, his discomfort persisted. That evening, he was put down for a nap, but the unthinkable happened. When Melissa checked on him, Sawyer was unresponsive.
Efforts to revive him proved futile, leaving the family shattered. The medical examiner's initial ruling only added to their pain, attributing it to asphyxiation due to sleep circumstances.
Determined to unearth the truth, Melissa embarked on a relentless quest for answers. Her persistence led her to a battery of pathology tests that could shed light on the role of vaccines in Sawyer's tragic fate. However, requests for these tests were met with resistance from the medical examiner's office.
With the help of Health Choice Maine, a nonprofit advocating for health freedom, Melissa pressed forward. Their primary objective was to find a pathologist willing to conduct the necessary tests. Eventually, they secured a pathologist who performed a definitive report. The results, while technical, revealed alarming levels of aluminum in Sawyer's blood.
The couple's grief was compounded by the absence of guidance from medical professionals. It was a private toxicologist who confirmed the vaccine's role. This revelation, while exonerating the parents from blame, offered little solace.
In the face of their unimaginable loss, Melissa and Nick are determined to advocate for vaccine awareness and safety. They urge parents to exercise caution, especially with sick children. Their story serves as a poignant reminder that, ultimately, it's the parents who must advocate for their children's well-being.