News Bits—April 29, 2010

Bayes named MWQA president

The Michigan Water Quality Association announced recently that Terry Bayes of Bayes Water Treatment in Sparta has been elected their Association president for 2010. For more information about the Association, visit their website at miwqa.org.

Seminar explores vaccinations myths, truths

Independent vaccination researcher Mary Tocco will be the speaker at a seminar featuring a variety of questions regarding vaccinations and immunity. The seminar will be held Thursday, April 29, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Rockford American Legion, Merritt Lamb Post, 330 Rockford Park Drive, NE.

Topics covered:

Do vaccines cause autism?

Is the H1N1 a safe flu vaccine?

Should pregnant mothers get vaccines?

Do you have a choice?

Vaccine Ingredients & Production

Natural Immunity

Gardasil and our teenage daughters

Micro-Vascular Strokes

Abortion and vaccines

Mary Tocco has been an independent vaccination researcher for over 30 years. She is currently on the boards of the American Chiropractic Autism Board (ACAB) and the World Association for Vaccine Education (WAVE), she is the Director of Vaccine Research and Education for Michigan Opposing Mandatory Vaccines, and is helping to manage Hope for Autism (HFA).  Mary is also an “Ask the Expert” columnist for Mothering Magazine.

Mary’s mission is to reach parents through any means necessary to help them make informed vaccination decisions.  She believes parents need to know their healthcare options, promoting health without toxic medications and drugs.

Mary’s goals include empowering and encouraging parents to learn how the human body was meant to develop and function so they do not live in fear of infectious diseases, to study unvaccinated children to compare them with their vaccinated peers and to organize multi disciplinary treatment centers for those injured by vaccines.  Visit www.childhoodshots.comw for more information.

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