Extremism, instability, and a contorted new definition of “civil liberties” have fed into a global anti-vax movement at the worst possible time.
During the talk, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who’s been promoting vaccine misinformation for years, promoted false and misleading claims about vaccine safety and COVID-19.
Judy Mikovits spent years offering expert testimony in vaccine court cases, accidentally creating a window into how the anti-vaccine world tries to weaponize bad science.
The experimental vaccine generated a strong immune response in the 1,077 volunteers that signed up to help trial the drug.
The video is obviously faked, but it's still setting the anti-vaxx internet on fire.
“If you've been in office for three and a half years, you don't get to blame the other team anymore. You own it.”
A new Gallup poll shows that while Americans are confident in vaccines overall, they're still unsure on debunked claims about a link between vaccines and autism.
In a Bid to Exhaust Me Personally, Marianne Williamson Shares Anti-Vaccine Misinformation on Facebook
In an especially bald pander to the anti-vaccine community, Williamson claimed vaccines require further safety studies and raised concerns about something called "neurons-toxins."
Anti-vaxx conspiracy theories have gained traction in the small island nation, with disastrous consequences.
A new brand of pro-vaccination parents are heading to Facebook to do battle with anti-vaxx ideas at their source.
"We thought, 'How can they deny it if it's not going to cost them anything?'" Dr. Julie Sierra told VICE.