Evidence of Harm

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Evidence of Harm is a book by David Kirby that chronicles the danger of mercury preservatives in common vaccines, and suggests that early childhood vaccination may be a contributing factor to autism. This thesis has since been disproved in multiple studies.[1] Kirby has gained fame for giving voice to the concerns of thousands of worried parents and standing up to Big Science.

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