The Greater Good
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“THE GREATER GOOD may be the most important vaccine film ever made. Finally, we hear the stories of families adversely affected by vaccines told in a compelling and compassionate way. Using film as a medium for social change, THE GREATER GOOD informs, educates and calls to action. It is documentary film at its finest.” - Peggy O’Mara, Founder, Mothering Magazine What you will learn: The differing views of leading authorities on vaccines and vaccine safety, including Doctors, Scientists, Activists and Policy Makers. The link between vaccines and chronic illnesses such as asthma, allergies, learning disabilities, behavioral problems, autism, unexplained infant death as well as autoimmune diseases such as diabetes, lupus, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis. The connection between gut, immune and neurological issues frequently seen in vaccine injuries. How vaccines are researched, reviewed and regulated and what your rights are when it comes to having vaccinations. The ingredients, like mercury or formaldehyde in vaccinations that are a cause for concern about vaccine safety. The first hand stories of three families who have had to deal with the devastating effects from vaccines. Hear what experts have to say on both sides of the coin including… Barbara Loe Fisher, Co-founder & President, National Vaccine Information Center Paul Offit, MD, Chief, Division of Infectious Diseases, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Mark Feinberg, MD, PhD, VP Medical Affairs and Policy, Merck & Co. The deputy director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases The FDA’s Director of Office of Vaccines Research & Review The lead researcher for Gardasil, HPV and cervical cancer vaccine. Vaccine neuroscientists, developers, and injury lawyers.
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Scientific data is more objective and less biased than anecdotal evidence, and the greater scientific community will be more willing to accept this conclusion if given more data and less stories.
Vaccines do cause injury in some people. Calling for more research and improved oversight, improved vaccines, information about who is most as risk for the injuries and reactions is not "anti-vaccine."
The flaw this movie had to me was a lack of clarity. Because it included both sides of the issue, there was n o clear conclusion...but that is reality. Not enough research has been done to have a clear picture on which vaccines are safe, and which kids are most at risk. There are so many areas of research and knowledge the movie didn't even touch, like "herd immunity," which is most likely not something vaccines can ever create due to the high number of people who do not get immunity from vaccines.
The most interesting part of the movie was the personal stories of the people in it. I wish they had presented more background for some of the stories. I watched a documentary done in Sweden (?) I think about Gardisil and how active, sporty girls were having complications at high rates--dozens of girls like the one in this movie. I saw a documentary that looked at "sudden onset autism," which is a narrow subset of autism and how it could possibly related to vaccines, whereas traditional autism is not.
Overall, I think this is a good movie that raises some questions, but not a great one.
The other side provided an excellent argument. It's not about whether or not vaccines cause autism. The real question is about whether the ingredients are safe to inject into our children's blood streams.
More importantly, as Americans, we should be able to choose our fate whenever there is reasonable doubt.