In 2001 the Institute of Medicine (IOM) stated an association between mercury exposure and neurodevelopment disorders including autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and speech or language delay was biologically plausible and many vaccines contained mercury at this time. The product information for the Tripedia DTaP (2005) vaccine lists autism as an adverse event and.. read more →

In 2015, prior to the introduction of the Australian government’s ‘No Jab No Pay/Play’ social welfare legislation, a media student at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) decided to organise a public forum to discuss the public’s concerns about this policy. As a new parent she was concerned about the unbalanced information presented in the.. read more →

The following letter was sent to the Australian Human Rights Commissioner, Gillian Trigg, Geoff Hutchinson (ABC Radio 720 Perth) and other journalists and academics at the University of Wollongong, on 6 June 2016. This is the question that I asked at the public vaccination seminar that wasn’t answered by the Telethon panel. Director Telethon Kids.. read more →

On the 30 May the Telethon Kids Institute put on a free public seminar to promote vaccines. The expert panel did not provide any ‘experts’ discussing the risks of vaccination or the reason why the US government describes vaccines as “unavoidably unsafe”. The format and lack of presentation of both sides of the vaccination debate.. read more →

My Response to the article ‘Third Marker gives OK to Anti-Vac Thesis’ (Loussikian K, The Australian 11 May 2016)  On the 11 May 2016 the Australian newspaper published yet another negatively framed article by Kylar Loussikian that attempts to disparage my PhD thesis. This time he used information that was released under the Freedom of.. read more →