Celebrating Health Freedom in DC, MD & VA
Vaccine Exemption Rights, Parent Observations, Informed Consent with special guest, internationally renowned academic gastroenterologist Dr. Andrew Wakefield
Saturday April 27th
McLean Community Center
1234 Ingleside Avenue McLean, Virginia 22101
Suggested donation of $15 at the door*
When the Vaccine Schedule Doesn’t Quite Fit: Parents Making Choices
Many parents today have questions about the CDC recommended vaccine schedule, some choosing to spread out or delay required vaccines; others choosing to skip individual vaccines or even to avoid vaccination altogether. In Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia, parents have a legal right to exemption from vaccines for religious or medical reasons. Vaccine Epidemic lead editor and executive director of the Center for Personal Rights, Louise Kuo Habakus, will review these laws and their application for school, camp and daycare entry, and take questions from the audience.
The MMR Story, Eighteen Years Later: Parent Observations Matter
Most parents remain puzzled about the sound and fury surrounding the MMR vaccine. This is an opportunity to hear from the physician at the center of it all. Dr. Andrew Wakefield will explain what his original study really said, highlight new peer-reviewed science that supports his findings, and share the critical lessons learned in standing his ground for 18 years. Dr. Wakefield will discuss the role of education and observation in your children’s health, and take questions from the audience.
For more information about this event contact: NourishHealAdvocate@gmail.com
*All donations will benefit Defending Academic Integrity and Research (DAIR) or Center for Personal Rights (CPR).
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