The Greater Good is an award-winning documentary about the red-hot issue of vaccines. The film portrays the heart-rending stories of three families whose lives have been forever changed by vaccines. It also features vaccine advocates and experts from medicine, science and advocacy, who argue their perspectives and experiences vigorously and eloquently.
As an accompaniment to the film, the team from The Greater Good has put together a host of resources for medical professionals and lay folks alike. If you are interested in learning more about the science that explores and documents adverse reactions to vaccines, check out the Catalogue of Science which contains links to over 200 papers and case reports published in peer reviewed medical literature. The Catalogue is organized into subcategories covering the following:
- Link Between Neurologic and Immune Disorders
- Brain Inflammation (encephalitis) Post Vaccination
- Autoimmune Disease
- Gut-Brain-Immune System Connection and Function
- Unexplained Infant Death
- Chronic Illness
- Other Complications Post Vaccination
- Vaccination Efficacy, Failure, and Disease Transmission
- Questionable Science and Policy
- Viral Infection and Neurologic Dysfunction
- Vaccine Contamination
- Veterinary Research
- Interesting Articles, etc.
If you’d like to read about late-breaking vaccine topics and science, check out the blog which contains dozens of articles addressing the important vaccine issues of today. Also stay tuned to the video section where out-takes from the making of The Greater Good will be released in the near future. If you’d like to host a screening, check out the Screening Guide and Discussion Guide. If you just want to have the facts available in an easy to understand fully referenced manner, check out their Vaccine Fast Facts or Frequently Asked Questions.
The vaccine debate becomes more important with each passing day as new science emerges and more scientists voice their concerns. The Greater Good provide insight into what the debate is all about and why it should matter to every one of us.