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Institute of Medicine Committee to Review Adverse Effects of Vaccines Meeting

Listen The third open session of the Committee to Review Adverse Effects of Vaccines (HERE) will be held Wednesday, August 26, 2009 in Room 100 of the Keck Center of the National Academies, located at 500 5th Street NW, Washington, DC. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 9:45 am and end at 1:00 pm, however, it may end early if the speakers do not use all the time alotted. Speaker presentations will be available on the agenda page the day of the meeting.

Please click HERE to register to attend this meeting. Registration is not required, but it will ensure that meeting materials will be available for all attendees.

The meeting will be available via a tool-free, listen only phone line. Please dial 1-800-508-7891 and the room number *1979783* to enter the meeting. Please note that the * star key is required before and after the room number. The committee will not be able to entertain real-time questions and comments over the phone. You are welcome to share comments or other information for committee consideration at any time by submitting your comment to the project e-mail at vaccinesafety@nas.edu. Please direct any audio problems to the project e-mail at vaccinesafety@nas.edu or dial *10* to be directed to the meeting help desk.

An unedited verbatim transcript of the meeting will be available on the project website approximately three weeks after the meeting. Please routinely check the project website or join the project listserv for meeting updates and information about additional open meetings.

Please Note: Any comment you submit to the committee, including your name and identifying information will not be kept confidential and will be included in the Public Access File as the National Academy of Sciences complies with Section 15 of the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA). The National Academies shall be authorized to use any such comments or submissions in accordance with the National Academies’ Terms of Use Statement.
 


 

Comments

Kathy Blanco

After years in this autism BIZZ (as a parent in the trenches), I have finally found my audience...that is...mothers who are pregnant, and get that deers with a headlight look when you give them the INFO..screw the committees of foxes guarding the henhouses, screw the media...it's all a bunch of people in denial, and unscientific TAINTEd conclusions...the one that says no, is the MOM...let's get to them, not the public at large...one at a time, branches to ten at a time...and one more mother pushes the agenda that healthy children are unvaccinated ones...not the other way around.

Big D

Wow - all I heard were ramblings - at no point was there any genuine thought that vaccine study was needed - just vaccine defenders and dismissal. Everyone on this site is now dumber for having to have listened to their BS. I award them no points, and may God have mercy on their soul.

Garbo

Caught the tail end of the open part of the meeting. Last presentation on mitochondrial disorders. Presenter then went out of his way to defend current vax sked which he still recommends for patients with mito disorders. Didn't catch who it was. He's being considered by DOJ to become advisor/consultant (?) of some kind to VICP. Progress? Or groundwork for dismissing the mito/vax/autism connection? They then went on to end the open part of the meeting and go to closed session. I thought the whole thing was supposed to be open. What's up with that?

Jake Crosby

Undoubtedly, they will come to the conclusion that they are totally safe before reviewing any of the evidence, like they did before.

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