The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) is a non-profit charity founded in 1982 and dedicated to preventing vaccine injuries and deaths through public education and defending the informed consent ethic.
NVIC encourages everyone to empower themselves with information and make informed vaccine decisions for themselves and their children. NVIC works to protect the freedom for citizens to exercise the human right to voluntary, informed consent to any medical intervention or use of pharmaceutical product, such as a vaccine, which carries a risk of injury or death.
They publish a free newsletter via email and have a free online NVIC Advocacy Portal that tracks legislation in each state that will restrict or expand vaccine exemptions. People can directly contact their own state elected representatives on via smartphone or tablet.
For more information, visit the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) web site.
Barbara Loe Fisher is president of the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC), a non-profit charity she co-founded with parents of DPT vaccine injured children in 1982.
For the past three decades, she has led a national, grassroots movement and public information campaign to institute vaccine safety reforms and informed consent protections in the public health system. She has researched, analyzed and publicly articulated the major issues involving the science, policy, law, ethics and politics of vaccination to become one of the world’s leading non-medical, consumer advocacy experts on the subject.
She is co-author of the seminal book DPT: A Shot in the Dark (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1985); author of The Consumer's Guide to Childhood Vaccines (1997); Vaccines, Autism & Chronic Inflammation: The New Epidemic (2008) and Reforming Vaccine Policy & Law: A Guide (2014). She is a video commentator for the NVIC Newsletter and Mercola Newsletter and a blogger at Vaccine Awakening. Her long public record of vaccine safety and informed consent advocacy was featured in the 2011 award winning film documentary The Greater Good.