Kayla J.

Kayla is a 31 year old mother of 2 from Oshawa, Ontario. Since receiving the inoculation she has been diagnosed with Central Nervous System (CNS) Vasculitis which is a rare disease that causes inflammation of the small arteries and veins in the brain and or spinal cord.

Scan of lesions in in Kayla’s brain.

The debilitating symptoms include: Severe headaches, strokes or transient ischemic attacks (mini strokes), significant forgetfulness or confusion, weakness (especially in the limbs), loss of balance and gait disturbance, vision loss, seizures, sensation abnormalities (numbness and tingling). Most are treated with steroids, and other immunosuppressive drugs, which may be prescribed on a long term basis. This has become very expensive and her resources are limited.

Just some of the medications and vitamins Kayla has to take.

After having received her inoculations Kayla has had several seizures and has collapsed at work. She even had a seizure while driving her vehicle. She is now unable to work, and drive, meaning she is solely dependant on social assistance.

Kayla’s Cat curls up on her bed.

Kayla is making improvements but those are very slow in coming. She also required brain surgery to address concerns her doctors had.

Staples after the surgery.
Just some of the medications Kayla now has to take on a daily basis.
Strange rashes and irritations appearing on Kayla’s skin post inoculation.

It isn’t an exaggeration to say that Kayla’s life has been turned upside-down since taking the inoculation. Every day presents new challenges however she is a fighter. With two young children to provide for and very little family support, Kayla wonders how she will make it.

The view from Kayla’s apartment.

Kayla had to move out of her home as the financial burden of the medications and the inability to work have forced her out of a small home she was renting into new living arrangements above a body shop.

Accessing her medical records post inoculation.

If you want to help Kayla you can reach her on instagram here @kaylajones444. She is also seeking affordable housing in the Oshawa area. If anyone can help please contact us through the site here or on her instagram.

Kayla’s cat says goodbye.

3 responses to “Kayla J.”

  1. Dear Kayla,
    What a total nightmare you’ve been facing! I know that there are people who are helping you a bit, as my husband and I are in that group.
    I don’t know if you’ve heard of the FLCCC.org but they’re pretty good at PostVax Injury Syndrome cases. They might be able to suggest drugs that actually fix the conditions rather than just treat the symptoms.
    My prayers go with you in the hope that your damage will be recognized for what it is, and properly fixed.

    • Dearest Kayla, I am deeply moved and saddened by your unfortunate outcomes. at the same time I hope you will be able to find your healing path and your children will be with you in this. being on disability is not fun. I was on it for 10 years after surviving cancer. Life is giving us a lot of surprises and teaches us how to be resilient. you are a strong young woman and, your sense of humor and love for life radiate. you can inspire many people in their situation. thank you for sharing with us. please reach out when you need support. it is time to receive for you.
      sending love and healing thoughts.

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