The VAXXED team recently interviewed Dr. Stephanie Christner of Tulsa, Oklahoma, who is a primary care physician and psychiatrist who was pro-vaccine until her baby daughter died of vaccine injuries just shy of her 6 month old birth date.
When she was pregnant with her daughter, she had two friends who questioned vaccines, and listened to them non-judgmentally.
But when she went to the CDC website to research vaccines, and then talked to her pediatrician, her pediatrician basically told her she could not stay in his practice if she did not get her baby daughter vaccinated.
She states that in her own medical training virtually nothing is taught about the science behind the manufacturing of vaccines, and that during her residency she was just expected to vaccinate everyone, and that if there were any complications after administering the vaccines, no one would ever associate the problem with the vaccine.
Both of her sons, born prior to her daughter, were vaccinated, and experienced developmental delays and allergies.
Her baby daughter was not vaccinated in the hospital when she was born, and was perfectly healthy the first couple of months.
When she received her two month old vaccinations, things began to change. But she was still in denial at that time, not linking her daughter's health problems to the vaccines. As her baby's health continued to decline, she continued with the vaccine schedule.
She died before she reached 6 months old.
Up until this time, she still did not suspect any relationship to vaccines. She states:
"I feel like every mother in the world, that you can't possibly imagine - I was so naive - I thought that there was really no way that we would ever give something to our most precious, precious, thing in the world, our children... that would be harmful and that wasn't (fully) studied."
She sees things differently now, and realizes that many people have their eyes closed. She believes that most pediatricians would change their views on vaccines if they would bother to do the research that she has done.