Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics: “Families are Under No Obligation to Put Their Children at Risk By Participating in the Corrupt Current US National Immunization Program”

Today, the Johns Hopkins Journal, Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics, has published their issue entitled, “Narrative Symposium: To Vaccinate or Not? Parents’ Stories.” The journal description of this edition: “This narrative symposium, “To Vaccinate or Not? Parents’ Stories”, is comprised of personal stories from 12 parents on their decisions about whether or not to vaccinate their children.They Read more about Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics: “Families are Under No Obligation to Put Their Children at Risk By Participating in the Corrupt Current US National Immunization Program”[…]

Maine Voices: Breakdown in accountability at heart of decline in vaccinations

All too often, those attempting to openly discuss the problems and failures of the US National Immunization Program are misrepresented in the media.  Such was the case with HealthChoice.org Media Director, Ginger Taylor, in a story printed last month on vaccine refusal in her home state of Maine.  However, while misrepresentation is common, being given Read more about Maine Voices: Breakdown in accountability at heart of decline in vaccinations[…]