Yes, I'm here again urging you to do something!
If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area I am encouraging you to go and see the amazing new documentary, "Trace Amounts," the true story of Eric Gladen's painful journey through mercury poisoning that he blames on a thimerosal loaded tetanus shot.
While his mercury poisoning led him to the edge of despair, after his recovery he was on a mission to understand why he had become so sick. He quit his job, moved into an RV, and traveled the country interviewing experts and piecing together thousands of studies and leaked documents. It is difficult to overstate the courage of this man.
I know that so many of us feel isolated and wonder when people are going to rise up and demand action. Well, Eric Gladen has answered that clarion call and it is our job to support him. Gladen draws a line from the Mad Hatter syndrome of the late 1800s, to Pink Disease in the 1950s, the Iraqi Grain incident of the early 1970s and the usage of Thimerosal in childhood vaccines.
I understand it can be so painful to revisit these issues when our lives are overwhelmed with the needs of our children, but we must reach out to each other in those rare instances when we can not only share our solidarity with each other, but move a project forward. The documentary will be shown on February 18, at 7:30 p.m. in the lovely Opera Plaza Cinemas and I will be helping to introduce the film.
I would like to see the theater filled with our warrior mothers and fathers. You can order your tickets on the link.
Kent Heckenlively is a Founding Contributing Editor to Age of Autism and co-author with Dr. Judy Mikovits of Plague: One Scientist's Intrepid Search for the Truth about Human Retroviruses and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Autism, and Other Diseases. Visit his website at Plague The Book. You can order the book HERE.