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Kayla's Story

I became an incomplete quadriplegic (paralyzed fully or partially in all 4 limbs) after receiving the Covid-19 vaccination. Symptoms began days later, leaving me fully quadriplegic on Feb 22nd, 2022. This has been medically proven and documented. I have an audio recording of a neurologist stating (before all testing was complete) that the vaccine was likely to blame. Further testing confirmed it was the Moderna Vaccine. The first doctor dismissed my paralysis as psychological, ordering a psych consult, and then left me alone in the hospital, screaming in pain.


I am completely paralyzed below the chest, including my bowel and bladder functions. Parts of my arms are also paralyzed.

I will never walk again, have proper full arm range or feeling, be able to use my bowel or bladder without a catheter, and require my stool be removed manually. None of my care has been properly arranged, leaving all responsibility to one loyal friend.

I was offered Medical Assistance In Dying (MAID) three times and told to prepare for long-term care at age 35. Long-term care is not equipped to handle my complex medical needs and would separate me from my 9-year-old son. Without medical benefits /insurance, the help of others, my son would lose his mom. I cannot afford the hundreds of thousands of dollars needed for a private nurse and overnight care. The healthcare system continues to fail me.

I shared my story publicly to raise funds to stay home with my son, avoiding overcrowded long-term care. By crowdfunding, while the government offers death or inadequate care, I aim to be a voice for all Canadians needing medical system change, vaccine-injured individuals, suffering quadriplegics, or those offered MAID instead of necessary care. Our government must be held accountable. That's why I launched Canada's first lawsuit against Moderna. Most importantly, I'm asking for HELP, so my son doesn't lose his mother.

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