Lisa Rupe

Letter to the Editor ‘There’s No Way Out of It!’

To the Editors: In his article “There’s No Way Out of it !” [NYR, March 5], Jerome Groopman fails to address many of the most salient features of vaccine law and policy. Dr. Groopman suggests that the risks of vaccines are imaginary and anecdotal, but this is not the case. All vaccines are legally considered …

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Professor Mary Holland on CNN Discussing the Punishment of Parents Who Don’t Vaccinate

NYU Legal Scholar, and Health Choice Legal Advisor, Mary Holland, appeared on CNN today to debate the rights of parents to make vaccine choices for their children.  Alex Berezow of RealClearScience believes parents who don’t vaccinate their children should be put in jail. Professor Holland reminds him that vaccines can kill, so parents and their …

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Merck’s MMR Public Relations Coup

You got to hand it to Merck… they have not only managed to keep three federal scandals involving the MMR quiet, but they have turned the media away from investigating them and onto attacking parents who no longer trust the vaccine.  Some outlets are even calling for parents to be jailed for refusing the shot for …

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Regressive autism… What is it? Is it real? What to look for? What I wish I had known….

As I sat in the fetal position, my knees drawn up, I was desperately trying process the words being said to me. She was speaking right above me, but her words were drowned out by the sound of my heart, which was beating wildly. My first ever panic attack was from the words “PDD… autism …

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Nancy Grace Learns On Air that Families Cannot Sue for Vaccine Injury

In most cases, families who have a member suffer from a vaccine injury do not learn that their right to civil action against those who made and delivered the vaccine have been removed until after they become victims of vaccine injury. It is facinating to see a nationally known journalist/lawyer, who focuses of victims rights, …

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Fear, Fact and Trust in Public Health Crises

Autumn is a time of hope, intermingled with fear. Most of America’s northern farmers and gardeners are storing ample fruits, vegetables and grains for winter use or for sale. However regional southern drought and bee colony collapse remain urgent environmental concerns. As for our health, ominous news of potentially lethal disease outbreaks is frightening citizens …

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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 …

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I Have Decided To Vaccinate My Child Because…

It’s that time of year again… parents are scrambling to make doctor appointments for their children so they can comply with daycare, preschool, elementary school, junior high, high school, and yes, now even college, vaccine requirements. Time to stop and ask yourself, if you are one of these parents, why you are choosing to comply …

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Required Summer Reading

“To promote the right to individual health choice and stand up for the victims of medical injury.” I scheduled my typical children’s dental appointments over their summer vacation. Sitting in a dentist’s office for two-and-a-half hours on a sunny afternoon wasn’t on my “top 10 things to do while on summer vacation” list. Neither was …

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An Article for Independence Day: The American Revolution and Health Tyranny

I have always been drawn to United States history, so I hope it will not be taken amiss if I offer an Independence Day perspective of a British citizen. We are, of course, all heirs of that revolution one way or another across the globe; more so today than ever, perhaps. Immediately speaking there are …

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