A New York Times editorial attacks “anti-vaxxers” as “the enemy”, but it’s the Times editors who are dangerously irrational and ignorant of the science.
In this interview, I explain the need for serious discussion about the vaccine issue in the mainstream discourse, which as yet remains nonexistent.
The government and media systematically deceive the public about what science tells us about the risks of getting an influenza vaccine every year.
FactCheck.org claims that the mercury in vaccines is harmless and science has proven vaccines don’t cause autism, but its own key source says otherwise.
“People” magazine tells us the death of a vaccinated girl from the flu is reason for kids to get a flu shot. Here’s why this is drawing the wrong lesson.
A Medscape article lamenting that almost half of Americans won’t get a flu shot offers a good example of how the public is being lied to about the science.
A Newsweek propaganda piece absurdly lies that vaccination entails no health risks — and that anyone who knows better has no “faith in science”.
If some public vaccine policy advocates had their way, you would not be able to exercise your right to informed consent, one of the most fundamental ethics in medicine.