Mississippi Parents for Vaccine Rights looks forward to Wednesday's Crusade at the Capitol where individuals from across the state of Mississippi will assemble together to Crusade for Truth & Health Freedom as we lobby House Bill 983 that would repair Mississippi's broken Vaccine Medical Exemption process.
WHAT IS HB938?
HB938 repairs our broken medical exemption process. It returns power to our doctors without coercion and erroneous oversight of government bureaucrats at the state health department.
No other state in the nation's medical exemption process looks like Mississippi's. The MSDH has behaved recklessly with the lives of our children, denying our doctor's requests following vaccine injury (via phone rather than in writing so there is no paper trail) while they lie, telling our legislators they accept all requests.
We are able to provide any legislator who is interested with proof that this is indeed what is happening. The people of MS desperately need lawmakers to pass 938 without amendments so that our doctors may practice medicine without the thumb of the MSDH in their backs.
This would only bring us in line with the rest of the nation. As things are now, we do NOT have a medical exemption, but rather...a political one.
Mississippians across the state continually reach out for help in securing a medical exemption they desperately need and deserve for their injured or vaccine susceptible children. Many others have fled our state.
There is NOTHING controversial about giving Doctors the right to practice medicine as they see fit. EVERY OTHER STATE, all of which are healthier than MS, has exercised this very thing for decades. It is time, Mississippi. Let's make this happen!
MPVR's March 2nd Crusade for Truth and Health Freedom at the Capitol is an event you cannot afford to miss! We are beyond excited to reveal our brilliant guest speaker and renowned Vaccine Rights advocate, Marcella Piper-Terry.
Marcella is the founder of VaxTruth.org, which began in 2011 as an attempt to inform parents of their legal right to exemptions from vaccination. Since then, the website has published nearly 200 original articles on many aspects of vaccination and vaccine-injuries.
Marcella received a Master of Science degree in psychology in 1997 from the University of South Alabama, where she completed a dual track, completing the required coursework for both clinical and experimental concentrations. Marcella graduated at the top of her class and received the honor of “Outstanding Graduate Student in Psychology.” She was recognized by the American Psychological Foundation in 1996 as recipient of the APF’s Graduate Research Scholarship Award for Excellence in Academic Research.
Following receipt of her M.S. degree, Marcella was accepted as a Ph.D. candidate at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., where she received full funding and a teaching assistantship. It was at this time that Marcella’s daughter suffered a serious vaccine-reaction after her “kindergarten shots” and Marcella made the decision to leave the Ph.D. program to devote more time to caring for her daughter.
Since 1999, Marcella has worked as a neuropsychological evaluator, educational advocate, psychotherapist, and biomedical consultant. She attended the Defeat Autism Now! Clinical Training in 2007 and worked as a DAN provider, assisting families of vaccine-injured children in assessing and addressing the underlying medical conditions contributing to their children’s “autism” diagnosis. Marcella continues to advocate for vaccine rights, and currently works as a biomedical consultant at The Cady Wellness Institute in Newburgh, Indiana.