The VAXXED film crew recently interviewed Dr. Alvin H. Moss in West Virginia. Dr. Moss is a professor and section chief in the Department of Medicine, Section of Supportive Care at West Virginia University. He is also a nephrologist (kidney doctor). He has taught medical ethics for over...
The debate continues as to whether vaccines are effective and safe. FAIM believes it is important to offer as much information as possible to help the individual decide what is best for their family.
Learn what has happened at the CDC concerning vaccines and autism. Thanks to a whistle blower within, the truth about CDC research is exposed.
A new vaccine study published in Molecular and Genetic Medicine is bringing to the forefront the disturbing connection between the dramatic expansion in the quantity of routine childhood vaccines administered and a corresponding increase in inflammation-associated disorders including autism, diabetes, and obesity.
The Greater Good looks behind the fear, hype and politics that have polarized the vaccine debate in America today. The film reframes the emotionally charged issue and offers the opportunity for a rational and scientific discussion on how to create a safer and more effective vaccine.
By six months of age babies are injected with 69 vaccine antigens and many milligrams of chemicals; by kindergarten, they will be injected with 113 antigens and more chemicals. Vaccination is the only medicine where a six-week-old baby and a 150-pound adult get the same dose. The amount of aluminum and mercury in these injections can have devastating effects.
Discover the risks associated with vaccines and disease.
When we are making a choice to vaccinate ourselves or our children, we need to first answer four questions: what is the severity of this disease; how effective is vaccination; what are the risks of vaccination; and are there ethical reasons to accept or decline vaccination?
An increasing number of scientists and health professionals argue that fluoride exposure has a negative impact on the whole body, including joint pain, hypothyroidism, kidney and liver damage, and the possibility of bone cancer.