Shoot 'Em Up: The Truth About Vaccines [DVD] [2008]

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Shoot 'Em Up: The Truth About Vaccines
Filmmaker and concerned mother Judy Apicella speaks with medical experts to uncover the truth about the damage we may be unintentionally doing to our children in this documentary on the controversial topic of vaccinations. America is the only country in the world where vaccinations are mandatory. Is there a correlation between the amounts of mercury, formaldehyde, and aluminum in children's vaccines and such problems as autism, asthma, and neurological damage? Also, could the reason so many kids are vaccinated be due to the simple fact that a large number of the individuals who make the decisions about our children's vaccines have a large stake in the pharmaceutical companies that hold the patents to these drugs? The questions that every parent should ask before they blindly subject their children to the barrage of needles and medicines that await them at the pediatrician's office are the same questions that Apicella poses to the experts who can offer truly informed answers. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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