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Is New Jersey the Next Battleground for Health Freedom?

by Louise Kuo Habakus Editor’s note: As a project of a 501(c)3 non-profit, Fearless Parent does not endorse or oppose candidates. We can, however, provide you with a lot of information. Time to wake up, parents. This is the third post in a companion series as reading background for The Truth About Vaccines  documentary. The entirety of this post is copyright protected. If you wish to share,
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Doing the Least Possible for Special Needs Children

by Robert J. Krakow, Esq In my legal representation of families who have children with severe disabilities, I have observed their extreme difficulties. My law practice focuses on claims that negligence, malpractice, or vaccine injury cause severe disabilities of all kinds in children and adults. On occasion, I have represented families before school districts, fighting for appropriate educational supports for special needs children. These
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The Politics of a Vaccine Safety Commission — Episode 103

#103 — The Politics of a Vaccine Safety Commission ** February 21, 2017 Guest // Pratik Chougule, JD ** Hosts // Robert J. Krakow, Esq and Louise Kuo Habakus Is it a good idea to convene a presidential vaccine safety commission? We just finished reading a cogent, probing, and well-researched article: “Why the Kennedy-DeNiro Vaccine Challenge Matters” whose author says, “Yes.” Pratik Chougule, JD, executive editor of
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Vaccination Questions Answered: Red Bank Event Recap 1/24/17

by Louise Kuo Habakus Fearless Parent’s much anticipated and coveted “A Conversation about Childhood Vaccination” event at the Two River Theater in Red Bank, NJ on 1/24/17 was everything we hoped for. We’re happy to share highlights, including the program and lots of photos now (scroll down) and hopefully video very soon. Please comment below if you’d like to share feedback or stories. And we’re happy to
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A Medical Doctor Unconventionalized by Autism — Episode 100

#100 — A Medical Doctor Unconventionalized by Autism ** November 30, 2016 Guest // Andrea Libutti, MD ** Host // Mary Coyle, DI Hom When she was told that her 20-month-old son had autism, Andrea Libutti MD was devastated. Therapists said he would never communicate with others, nor would he ever form meaningful relationships. Still, Andrea refused to accept that dim prognosis and instead embarked
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How to Make Inconvenient Vaccine Injury Data Go Away — Recording #3

Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Sign up here. © 2014-2016, Center for Personal Rights and Brian Hooker, PhD by Louise Kuo Habakus Recording #3   Transcript of recording #3 Scroll down for all 4 recordings   Selected Quotes In an effort to efficiently share a few highlights, the following quotes are not strictly transcribed (professional transcript to follow soon, so check back).
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Why is Thimerosal Still in Vaccines? — Recording #1

Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Sign up here. © 2014-2016, Center for Personal Rights and Brian Hooker, PhD by Louise Kuo Habakus Recording #1 http://fearlessparent.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/WT-phone-conversation-5-8-14-Edited-for-Posting.mp3 Transcript of recording #1 Scroll down for all 4 recordings   Selected quotes from Dr. Thompson “Thimerosal remains in flu vaccines to give cover to its presence in other vaccines outside the U.S.” “Start a campaign, that Thimerosal
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CDC Scientist Connects Vaccines to Tics, Language Delay — Recording #4

Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Sign up here. © 2014-2016, Center for Personal Rights and Brian Hooker, PhD by Louise Kuo Habakus Recording #4 http://fearlessparent.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/7-28-14-Thompson-conversaton-edited-for-web-site.mp3 Transcript of recording #4 Scroll down for all 4 recordings   What’s going on? In the days and weeks to come, you may be hearing about data re-analysis, a revised paper, retracted statements, discredited individuals, and above all,
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America’s New Normal: Chronically Ill Kids

Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Sign up here. © 2016 Fearless Parent Note: The entirety of this post is copyright protected. If you wish to share, please obtain prior written permission with details for partial use and link back for attribution. Thank you. by Judy Converse, MPH RD LD When it comes to this topic of chronically ill kids, do you have
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Your Toolbox for Autism Recovery

by Jerry M. Kantor, CCH, LAc, MMHS Editor’s Note: If your child has an autism diagnosis (or other chronic condition), you will know what it means to get well-intentioned advice. A lot of the counsel you receive will focus on the physical plane, i.e., dietary intervention, supplements, physical and occupational therapies. Some children can do remarkably well there. Many children, however, will require work
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