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Tonight! Mark Blaxill and Dan Olmsted Present Vaccines 2.0 at TACA Pennsylvania Meeting

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Date/Time:     April 3, 7:00 – 7:15 PM Parent Support and Networking

7:15 PM  Introduction and Meeting Presentation.|
Location:     Saint Alban’s Episcopal Church

3625 Chapel Road
Newtown Square, PA 19073

Coordinators:     Contact Honey Rinicella and Pattie Moor

Vaccines – Ask the Experts

Mark Blaxill and Dan Olmsted will be spending the evening educating parents and professionals on Vaccines 2.0 all aspects of this controversial topic. The CDC’s bloated vaccine schedule has doubled since 1988, after the federal government gave pharmaceutical companies immunity from lawsuits. Autism and other childhood disorders like asthma, ADHD, juvenile diabetes and digestive ailments have skyrocketed. And parents are understandably nervous, desperate for objective guidance that takes those concerns seriously.

Vaccines 2.0 looks at the lengthy roster of today’s recommended injections, the documented risks that accompany them, and helps parents choose a schedule based on unbiased, uncensored, unconflicted science. Whether you’re wondering how to space out vaccines, which ones are really necessary, considering not vaccinating at all, or just looking for information, this event will give you the tools you need to make wise choices.

Dan Olmsted is co-author of “Age of Autism” and Editor of the blog of the same name. He was an original staff member of USA Today and Senior Editor for USA Weekend magazine and United Press International. He is a member of the National Press Club.

Mark Blaxill is the father of a daughter diagnosed with autism, Executive Leadership Team Chairman and co-founder of Health Choice, Chairman and co-founder of the Canary Party, Editor-at-Large for Age of Autism and a frequent speaker at autism conferences. He writes often on autism, science and public policy issues for Age of Autism and has published a number of articles, letters and commentaries on autism in journals such as Public Health Reports, the International Journal of Toxicology, the Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Neurotoxicology and Medical Hypotheses. He has also been invited to peer review articles in journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, the American Journal of Epidemiology, Pediatrics and the International Journal of Toxicology. As part of his advocacy work, he has testified before the Immunization Safety Review of the Institute of Medicine (2001), served on a Blue Ribbon Panel on Vaccine Safety (2004), initiated a symposium sponsored by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences entitled “Environmental Factors in Neurodevelopmental Disorders” (2005) and a workshop sponsored by the Institute of Medicine entitled “Autism and the Environment: Challenges and Opportunities for Research” (2007). He was a panelist at a “Meeting on Evaluating Reasons for ASD Trends” co-sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Autism Speaks (2011) and at a hearing “1 in 88 Children: A Look Into the Federal Response to Rising Rates of Autism” called by the House of Representatives’ Oversight and Government Reform Committee (2012).

He received a bachelor’s degree summa cum laude from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and an MBA with distinction from Harvard Business School. In his professional career, he spent 25 years at The Boston Consulting Group, where he was a Senior Vice President. Recently, he co-founded 3LP Advisors, an advisory firm focused on intellectual property transactions, where he is a Managing Partner. He co-authored a book on autism with Dan Olmsted, called The Age of Autism: Mercury, Medicine and a Man-made Epidemic, (Thomas Dunne, September 2010). His new book with Dan, Vaccines 2.0: The Careful Parent’s Guide to Making Safe Vaccination Choices for Your Family (Skyhorse Publishing, February 2015), was released in Febuary.



Environmental exposures affect more than one generation.

Marlene Partridge

David Speck is my husband's cousin. Miriam Speck's brother (Philip Newcomb Partridge, had nine children who now have families of their own. Autism and "autistic-like" behaviors are quite rampant in our extended family. I think there must be a genetic component somewhere.

charles ginenthal

Dear Mr. Blaxill:
I saw a TV show that showed Denmark has the world best medical records in one place. If you or someone you know could obtain the data from that archive you could find out who was vaccinated and who was not and the correlation of Autism whit those vaccinated and those not vaccinated.This would encompass a entire nation and show the connection of vaccination to autism

Tony Bateson

Do vaccines cause autism? You might think that is a simple matter of medical science. Think again, it is more a matter of international jurisprudence. Is there a more corrupt industry, has there ever been a more corrupt industry, than the one that us ordinary citizens rely upon for our healthcare? Now roll the FDA and the CDC into the mix and it's no wonder that this industry that routinely pays $billions in fines and recompense will do anything humanly possible to avoid putting itself in the dock over autism. The bill would run into $trillions. The industry would be destroyed, along with its stakeholders and its complicitous partners in crime. None of this means that it is untrue
Tony Bateson, Oxford UK.

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