INJURED? YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
Find a Doctor
Many patients have been to dozens of different doctors before they finally find the right fit for them. React19 works in collaboration with providers to address the lack of adequate medical care most COVID-19 vaccine injured experience. Treatment protocols and care may vary.
Find a list of providers here.
React19 has partnered with Remote Health Solutions to provide telehealth for primary medical care. Visit their website at www.rhsusa.com for more details.
If you still can’t find what you need, contact us to connect with a Patient Advocate to find resources near you.
Find a Support Group
We know how difficult it may be to get emotional support from your family, friends, and even the medical community. We hope that through online connection with others in similar situations you will find the support you need.
Online Forums (United States)
2. Facebook group (private): Private Facebook group*
*Note: Censorship is prevalent on Facebook and vaccine injury groups have been removed in the past. While we urge you to connect with others, we do want to warn you ahead of time.
3. TrialSite News Support Group (private): Independent support group, no censorship, chat with a larger and more diverse group including medical professionals. https://www.trialsitenews.com/groups/4/covid-vaccine-injury-support-group
Connect with the injured community worldwide.
We understand you may struggle with mounting medical expenses with little or no income. Review the Checklist for Financial Support Guide (PDF) . In addition to your local state programs, take a look at these financial resources https://react19.org/financial-resources/ available nationwide.
CARE-fund provides small grants to Americans who qualify.
React19 has setup a fund for patients to gain access to health care through a grant program entirely funded through the generosity of independent donors. If you’re in a position to help, please text “REACT” to 50155 or visit: react19.org/donate.
Testing and Diagnostics Guide – Diagnostic Workup Guide: Unsure about where to start with
tests and how to get diagnosed? Tired of having more questions than answers? Our team has found a set of diagnostic tests that may help you and your medical team find positive labs that can
guide your treatment: You can find our guide here.
Lessons from ME/CFS – Lessons from ME/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic
Fatigue Syndrome): Lucinda Bateman and her team at the Bateman Horne center have extensive experience treating patients with complex chronic illnesses. Many of their approaches may also
be useful for COVID vaccine injury and Long COVID due to the overlapping similarities between conditions. You can find their guide here.
NASA Lean Test – Do you feel faint or does your pulse race when going from lying down to standing? You may want to ask your medical provider if they can perform a simple NASA Lean Test in the office. This test measures changes in heart rate and blood pressure to detect possible issues such as POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) and orthostatic intolerance.
10-Minute NASA Lean Test (provider instructions)
10-Minute NASA Lean Test (patient instructions)
How To Guides: Don’t know where to begin? Our How to Guides can help. You can learn how to order medical records, prepare for your doctor visit, find a mental health practitioner, and more here.
CVARS Survival Guide by Carolyn Power: provides an introduction to COVID-19 vaccine Injury. It is not a medical book; instead it provides an easy-to-understand framework for beginners to structure their recovery
plan. You can find information about her guide here.
Education and Research
REACT Patient Education Webinars – This series features lectures on topics such as POTS, chronic fatigue, MCAS (mast cell activation syndrome), vaccine injury treatment, and alternative medicine approaches.
1250+ Peer-Reviewed Publications: Contrary to what some believe, the scientific literature is filled with case reports featuring adverse events after COVID vaccination. Review this collection of over 1250 Peer-Reviewed Publications detailing neurological, cardiovascular, hematological, inflammatory, and autoimmune adverse reactions. See what the science is telling us.
Patient-Led Research – Grassroots independent research is happening with our partners across the globe. Learn more about what patients are saying about their symptoms.
Need an Advocate?
Get help closer to home with an advocate who understands what you are going through and is aware of local resources available in your region. Contact us to be connected with a patient advocate.
Participate in Research: The clearest way to help the medical community understand these new diseases and potential therapeutics is through research.
Activism: Tell your representatives in Washington that you exist, that you matter. Help us reform the failing compensation funds, CICP and VICP.
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