By Jake Crosby
This Wednesday at Brandeis University, Dr. Andrew Wakefield will give a lecture and answer questions on what has become one of the greatest medical controversies of our time – the vaccine-autism debate in the midst of the autism epidemic.
If you are in the Boston area, please come and listen to a great lecture by Dr. Wakefield. Brandeis students, faculty and staff will be given first priority to ask questions of Dr. Andrew Wakefield at Wednesday evening's event.
The event will be held in Rapaporte Treasure Hall in the library complex right next to the Usdan Student Center on the north campus and will begin at 7:30PM and go on until 9. Parking for off-campus visitors will be provided.
Below is the link to the campus map and a list underneath of all the buildings. Bring the cursor to “Goldfarb” to illuminate the designated building on campus – that’s where Rapaporte Treasure Hall is:
Follow signs for parking.
Jake Crosby is a college student with Asperger Syndrome at Brandeis University majoring in History and Health: Science, Society and Policy, an intern at Northeastern University and contributing editor to Age of Autism.