No, it was not a recommendation to purchase an exemption as DAN doctors are not in the business of selling them. As a pp pointed out, a DAN doctor is more likely to view vaccination and its effects on the body as the pp does.
If the first DAN doctor didn't provide an exemption, would you suggest trying a different one?
Personally, I would do my best to research ahead of time (as I do everytime I am considering a doctor); if the doctor is practicing in the DAN protocol then it appears likely that they would do an exemption. If the doctor denied it, depending on why (they likelihood that most any DAN doctor would/would not agree), I might try another.
Very well. This still strikes me as outcome-seeking and evasion, which I take differently in the context of a religious summer camp (with the caveat that I know nothing about the camp or camps in question) than I do in terms of mandatory public education. If religious objections, which are often enough described as being of the "I belong to the Church of Me, Haha!" variety, are to be taken seriously, should not the requirements of a religious community or organization in the other direction be afforded equal respect?
[ETA.--I should add that this is entirely tangential to PP's original question, which suggested nothing of the sort.]
Judaism allows for personal exploration and understanding of "rules". Jews are encouraged to question and explore their understanding of God and the world around them. So, finding a way to incorporate your personal beliefs with the world with God is completely respecting the Jewish community.
I have found many many Jewish beliefs to support the fact that my family doesn't vaccinate. I can absolutely discuss them on the Spirituality board, if you would like. But, to keep it relevant to this board, I would say that it is absolutely in line with Judaism to not vaccinate your family and look for ways that Judaism supports that decision. One should not be shunned from religious experiences for finding a peace with yourself, your life choices, and God from a Jewish perspective.