VACCeptable Injuries: When is Enough Enough?

VACCeptable Injuries: When is Enough Enough? | vacceptable-injuries | Vaccines Markus Heinze’s daughter now has type-1 diabetes. It was caused by a vaccine. The vaccine manufacturers know this can happen. Doctors, if they know, aren’t telling. Parents, if they can, are researching.

Children are becoming severely immune suppressed, permanently disabled, mentally challenged, and those are the lucky ones! Many more never get a chance to walk their first steps, say their first words or enjoy their first ice cream!

Markus, like most of us parents, thought he was pretty informed about the steps necessary to keep his daughter safe and healthy. What he learned after his daughter was vaccine injured:

Our government approves drugs to be injected into our children
without having conducted exhaustive studies on possible side effects.

Reading Markus’ book brought back many painful memories and I often had to sit it down before I could continue. Having a vaccine injured child is arguably one of the hardest journeys a parent can travel. This book reveals a confirmation of many of own findings as well as many well researched answers given by doctors, parents and many who are intimately involved with the vaccine industry.

I found this book to be extremely informative and believe that Markus will continue to fight the good fight to inform those about vaccine injuries and the repercussions from these injuries; specifically type-1 diabetes. I do not believe, however, that his darling daughter Johanna will live a disabled life, thanks in great part to Markus’ “can do” attitude! His entire family, indeed all of us, can learn a lot by reading this wonderful book!

If you want to become more informed about vaccines and the potential risk, you should order your copy of VACCeptable Injuries? today!

Your comments and questions are always welcomed,

Rhonda Spellman

Rhonda Spellman is an award winning author, professional speaker, autism advocate and coach. A published author at 17, she has since worked in many areas of the writing / publishing / media field. When a form of autism took her son’s voice in 2001 and threatened to take his ability to live a normal life, she began to search for better answers. Rhonda self-published her first children’s book – an EVVY award winner, in 2003, a short two months before her first son was diagnosed with autism. Her second book, based on small emperor penguin who gives children a message, “You don’t have to BE big to DO big things” was picked up by a major publisher in 2008. Rhonda’s third book, “The Journey Home from Autism“, is based on over 7,000 logged hours of research was released on January 1, 2010. It has won a 1st place INDIE Excellence award and an EVVY award. In January, 2013, she published her 10-year-old son’s first book, “Asperger’s Rhymes with Bass Burgers“. Her programs for children and adults, her website and her column “Beyond the Spectrum” are designed to educate and enrich life ~ in all of our many shapes, colors and forms. Her online sites include:,,,, She can be reached at

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