Dana Broussard worked at the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation (CDCR) in Lancaster, CA, and was in good health. In September 2015, she was advised to get the Hepatitis B vaccine, and over the course of the next seven months, she received three Hep B vaccine injections, with the final one in April 2016. In May of 2016 she started to experience lower back pain and severe leg pain.  WITHIN TWO DAYS OF THE ONSET, SHE WAS PARALYZED FROM THE CHEST DOWN and diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis & Neuromyelitis Optica.

She filed a worker's comp. claim in September, 2016, and after years of litigation, she won her worker's compensation claim against the State of California CDCR in July, 2019.  However, she had to continue to fight for her complete disability, for which she was not deemed 100% disabled until January, 2021.  Although she has won her worker's compensation claim against the State of California, she has to continue to fight for approval for any and every procedure that is necessary for her continued improvement.  Unfortunately, they still have oversight on what they deem "medically necessary" before approving any procedures she believes could possibly help her walk again.

It has been reported that she is the first person to ever win a worker's comp vaccine injury case against any state.  Even though she has won her case, the CDCR refuses to settle against the advice of their own legal counsel.  We would like to try stem cells,, but the worker's comp review board refuses to approve any procedure that may prove beneficial, possibly providing a better quality of life.

In addition, a leading geneticist's report confirmed that her injury was caused by the Hepatitis B Vaccine, and, without being asked, further stated that the Covid-19 "vaccines" can have the same effect.

This ordeal has been a constant struggle for our family, but we remain vigilant in our battle to fight for what we believe could possibly be a way in finding a cure.  Any funds raised can help get the stem cell treatment I've been pushing for.

Thank you all for taking the time to read our brief story of what over 5 years of struggling has come to.  

God Bless You All