On the 26 August 2016 I wrote the following letter to Alison Jones, executive dean of the Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health at the University of Wollongong, requesting that she provide the evidence for her claim that the link between vaccines and autism has been “discredited”. Open Letter The Executive Dean of the Faculty.. read more →

The Australian Newspaper To Journalist – Kylar Loussikian Kylar, Thankyou for these questions. To date you have written many disparaging articles on my research, without my input, and by misrepresenting the arguments being presented. Your main focus has been to disparage the academic process. Please read this information carefully so you can present my research.. read more →

The supporters of the lobby group, Friends of Science in Medicine (FSM), a lobby group that promotes vaccines and hence the interests of the vaccine industry as well as public health, have posted Kristin Boyle’s personal opinion of my PhD on social media. Here is my response to Kristin Boyle’s blog in which she discusses my.. read more →

On my website I have invited medical practitioners and other health professionals to debate the researched information that I am providing on Australia’s vaccination policies. John Cunningham decided to take up this offer in February/March 2014. He is a leader of the Stop the Australian Vaccination Network (SAVN) lobby group and an orthopaedic surgeon – not an.. read more →

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 →