Learn The Risk’s billboard campaign featuring Nicholas Catone, a 20-month-old boy who lost his life to vaccines, has made the national news as a top story!
The billboards have even gone international with news outlets in the U.K. reporting the story.
Nothing will ever bring Nicholas back, but we can make sure he didn’t die in vain. Nicholas’ story will save lives. He’s a true hero.
All pharmaceutical drugs, including vaccines, contain toxic ingredients that can cause side effects. In fact, more than 7,000 deaths and 600,000 adverse reactions have been reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, including serious ones like paralysis, seizures, multiple sclerosis, and death.
According to a government-funded 2010 report done at Harvard Medical School, fewer than 1% of vaccine adverse reactions and side effects are reported. Imagine the real health damage that vaccines have caused.
Yet, parents are never told this.
Most doctors refuse to acknowledge vaccine reactions, even if they occur within minutes of the vaccine. Mostly because they don’t want to open themselves up to liability. But parents should be given the FULL information about all pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines so they can make educated choices for their families.
Please take the time to look at the data, read vaccine product inserts and read the science linking SIDs to vaccines — the connection is no longer deniable.
Not all children that die of SIDS die because of vaccines, but many do. The U.S. gives more vaccines than any other country to our infants (35 by age 1) and we have the highest infant mortality rates despite high healthcare coverage. It’s not a coincidence.
NEWS ARTICLES LTR HAS FEATURED IN – CATONE BILLBOARD
The Washington Post – https://www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/national/health-science/anti-vaccine-billboards-appear-in-several-states/2018/10/29/b3582e0c-db67-11e8-8bac-bfe01fcdc3a6_story.html&freshcontent=1?noredirect=on
News Observer – https://www.newsobserver.com/news/article220779775.html
Miami Herald – https://www.miamiherald.com/news/article220779775.html