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See Trace Amounts in Atlanta on March 12, Free Robert Kennedy e-Book for Movie Goers!

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Atlanta!  You're invited to screen Trace Amounts and meet the directors in a Q&A at Regal Atlantic Station in Atlanta on March 12, 2015.

Trace Amounts is a compelling documentary film centered on thimerosal, a mercury-based preservative in vaccines that has been suspected by many as playing a primary role in the autism epidemic here in the United States and around the world. It’s a fascinating look at the debate, as well as the people and science at the center of the controversy.

There are only 140 box office tickets available. Please go to to purchase your ticket ASAP before the event sells out!

As an added bonus, box office attendees will receive a free e-book of "Thimerosal: Let the Science Speak" by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Regal Atlantic Station
261 19th Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30363

6:30p.m. - Red-carpet
7:30 p.m. - Screening 
9:00 p.m. - Q & A Panel with filmmakers Eric Gladen and Shiloh Levine, author Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., SafeMinds’ Lyn Redwood and parent Kim Spencer

To view the Trace Amounts trailer, host your own screening, or to learn more about the film, please visit

For screening questions, please email

Hope to see you at the film!

 Trace Amounts by directors Eric Gladen and Shiloh Levine will screen in theaters across the country. It tells the true story of Eric’s experience with vaccine injury at age 29 that changed his life forever.



Holly Riley

The film focuses on mercury and the fact that it's still in vaccines (and that the public has been lied to about that!). Aluminum is discussed in the context of mercury (as in the synergistic toxicity when they are combined). I agree that aluminum is a HUGE problem too, and Trace Amounts makes that clear, but the focus is on mercury and how broken and corrupt the vaccine program is.


Does the film touch on the dangers of aluminum? Every pro-vaxxer will argue that Mercury was taken out in 2000 ( though not true) and that it has nothing to do with autism.

They have no clue aluminum can be as dangerous. That was my son's issue. Hope to watch the movie soon.

Steven Fischer

My wife and I organized about a dozen folks to view our local screening last night. While not providing us with any new insights, (We've been aware of this hell for over a decade), the film far exceeded our expectations. The filmmakers have done an excellent job distilling the long and many-faceted aspects of this issue into a coherent and compelling film.


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