Who we are

The Association for Vaccine Injured Patients includes the patients , their relatives, and other interested people, those who have been affected by adverse effects of vaccination. The first goal is to help these patients both socially and legally. The second goal is to inform the public about the adverse effects of vaccination and how to prevent and treat them. Our organisation would like to offer education to the paediatricians and other physicians who are in charge of the vaccination program in the country. We would also like to proactively inform physicians and therapists about how to identify and prevent the risk factors in order to minimise adverse effects of vaccines.

However, the most important goal of our organization is safe vaccination for all patients. We want to help physicians and the affected patiens report the range of vaccination adverse effects. Based on communication with guidance counsellors, legal advisors and other authorities in charge of the vaccine policy in the Czech Republic we aim to push through changes in the current recommended and legal vaccination schedule in line with the newest scientific research.

Our main concern is rigidity of the mandatory vaccination program in the Czech Republic. The program can harm patiens with health issues and those needing an individualised vaccination schedule. The current, individually adjusted vaccination schedule, is not resolving the situation and the law in the Czech Republic expose those individuals to danger of vacciantion adverse effects. Parents are forced to vaccinate their children or face various kinds of sanctions against them. (fines, accusations of child neglect, or the prevention of their children to attend kindergarten pre-school day-care for children up to 6 years of age). Many parents are pushed to have their children vaccinated, despite their fear of harming them, so that those children can attend kindergarten. The state forces them to vaccinate without providing sufficient and objective information about the risks or adverse effects. However, the state does not provide any form of compensation for those injured by post-vaccine encephalopathy, epilepsy, or even death. The state authority claims that the reports of adverse effects are consistently very low despite the fact there is only negligible percentage of adverse effects reported

We hope propagation of the information about the risks of vaccination could help to prevent the health damage on children and people who are not informed sufficiently by their physicians and health authorities.



documents from our Association in english:

Associaton for Vaccine Injured Patents and its relatonship to the future decision of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg (“ECHR”)

Amicus - attachment no. I