The Autism Action Network, My Kids My Choice and the New York Alliance for Vaccine Rights will host authors Kim Mack Rosenberg and Eileen Iorio who will present their new book The HPV Vaccine on Trial: Seeking Justice for a Generation Betrayed on Thursday Nov. 1, 7:30 pm at the Oyster Bay Community Center at Church Street, Oyster Bay, NY 11771.
Suggested donation of $8. Guarantee a seat by pre-ordering tickets at Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/book-event-the-hpv-vaccine-on...
Copies of the book will be available for signature and sale at the event. The authors' presentation will be preceded by a brief discussion on the upcoming election and vaccine rights.
The HPV Vaccine on Trial by Mary Holland, Kim Mack Rosenberg and Eileen Iorio is available for purchase online at the Autism Action Network Shop (Please note orders will not be delivered by Nov. 1) https://autism-action-network-shop.myshopify.com/collectio...
This is what Luc Montagnier, MD, Nobel Prize winner for discovery of the HIV virus, said about The HPV Vaccine on Trial, "The reader will see the truth: the side effects are underreported by medical personnel, while there are a growing number of parents suing manufacturers and governments for inducing lifelong handicaps, even death, of their loved ones. In fact, this is the tragic example of various segments of our society, worldwide, placing economic interests before the health and protection of our younger generation. I congratulate the authors of this book, who are showing the world this scandal."
The HPV is the most controversial vaccine in the world with a huge numbers of documented deaths and serious injuries. The high rate of injury led the Japanese government to withdraw its recommendation for the vaccine. And it is the subject of intense criticism across the world from Columbia to Ireland to Israel and most countries in between.
New York families may be confronting the HPV vaccine in our lives quite soon. Right now in New York there are bills in Albany that would make HPV vaccines mandatory to attend school, Senate Bill S132 (Brad Hoylman, Westside of Manhattan-D), and Assembly Bill A933 (Amy Paulin, Scarsdale-D). There are also bills to allow minors as young as nine to get HPV vaccines without parental knowledge or consent, Senate Bill S5611 (Liz Krueger, Upper Eastside-D) and A2649 (Amy Paulin, Scarsdale-D). Senator Hoylman and Assemblymember Jeffrey Dinowitz (Riverdale-D) also have bills to eliminate the religious exemption in New York, (Senate Bill S52 and Assembly Bill A1810.)
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