David Kirby, author of the book "Evidence of Harm-Mercury in
Vaccines and the Autism Epidemic: A Medical Controversy" will be
appearing at the Manalapan Branch of the Monmouth County Library on
May 17th, 2005 at 6PM.
The book explores the chilling possibility that mercury in vaccines
caused an epidemic of autism, ADD, ADHD, speech delay and other
childhood disorders in the United States. Kirby, a New York Times
contributor and journalist for more than 15 years, has written a
disturbing, important narrative that examines both sides of this
brewing controversy-the personal stories of the affected families
and the unfolding political drama in the courts and halls of
EVIDENCE OF HARM is the saga of a handful of parents with autistic
children who, upon learning that their kids received levels of
mercury in their vaccines that far exceeded Federal safety limits,
set out to take on Big Business, Big Science and Big Government with
a radical new theory on the cause. These parents have uncovered
compelling evidence that vaccine mercury, in the form of the
preservative Thimerosal, could very well have played a role in the
disease. Now, Kirby explains how their medical, scientific, legal,
and political allies are getting closer to establishing their claim.
(More info at www.evidenceofharm.com)
Please attend the presentation of this sure-to-be talked about book.
Kirby will read key passages from his text, discuss major points
raised in the narrative, and answer your questions. After, there will be an opportunity to have David
sign copies of the book, which will be for sale at the event.