1 in 10 people who contract meningitis B will die.
This year, a 19-year-old boy, Kai Matthews, was taken from us far too soon.
In his memory, the B for Kai Organization has been established. Its primary conviction is that no infant, child, or adolescent should die as a result of this potentially fatal infection.
The meningitis B immunization must be treated the same as any other government-funded essential vaccination. The Nova Scotian government must recognize that one child lost is simply one too many. We must protect those who are vulnerable and encourage meningitis B vaccinations.
Help us collect the signatures we need to promote awareness and influence change.
BforKai.com/change provides further information about meningitis B and encourages you to take more action by contacting your local legislator.