About React 19
React19 is a science-based non-profit
offering financial, physical, and emotional support for those suffering from longterm Covid-19 vaccine adverse events globally.
Our mission is to bring healing to the moms, dads, friends, and loved ones who are facing life-altering side effects from their Covid-19 vaccine. We build bridges between patients and research institutions in order to develop a better understanding of our vaccine complications.
Paving the way for symptomatic improvement or a cure to aftereffects related to the Covid vaccine
React19 works with both patients and providers, as well as research teams. Our programs all fall within our 3 categories of assistance (financial, physical, and emotional). Programs include funding, promoting, and sharing relevant scientific research; bringing the right medical teams together with patients; direct financial assistance; educational outreach; and supporting communities where impacted people can begin to heal physically and emotionally.
Each letter of our name relates to what we do:
Patient-led research, and collaborations with researchers and research institutions
To increase our understanding through education, reviewing emerging science, and analyzing collected data through patient-led research
To get those suffering on the path to healing
leading to the mRNA vaccines we address
Assessing successes and shortcomings in treatment protocols.
Our organization began as a small community of medical professionals and everyday people who experienced adverse reactions from Covid-19 vaccines. Although we were previously healthy individuals, we shared very similar reactions to these vaccines. These included nausea, weight loss, heartburn, diarrhea/constipation, sleep disturbances, chest pains, headaches, facial and sinus pressure, dizziness, severe weakness and fatigue, painful paresthesias throughout the body, severe painful paresthesias focused on the face, tongue and scalp, internal vibrations and tremors, muscle twitching and muscle spasms, brain fog and mental status changes, memory loss, tinnitus, impaired/blurred vision, elevated blood pressure and heart rate, bulging veins, heart issues and weakness.
Our reactions occurred within minutes to a few short days after receiving the vaccines. Several in our group have experienced paralysis of the lower extremities and to this day remain paralyzed. Many of us have been ill for beyond 5 months.
For months, we suffered alone without adequate medical care, answers, or acknowledgement from medical groups and government. We found each other through our common struggle, and our community has continued to grow, far beyond any expectations.
React19’s Work So Far
Through our work, React19 has brought patients and professionals closer together. Not only have we provided a safe support system for those who are struggling, we have also pushed to have our community’s voice heard in the media and government organizations.
From Newsweek Magazine, React19's own Bri, Danice, and Shaun featured in an article noting the poor care for those with vaccine aftereffects: On November 4, 2020, Brianne Dressen walked into a clinic in West Jordan, Utah to take part in a clinical trial for...
As part of our education and advocacy efforts, we participated in events in Washington, DC, where the song Silence was performed by one of our members. Here is the video that accompanied the song: From Rumble >
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