Human Health Advocate and CMSRI Funded Researcher, Dr. Christopher Shaw, Cited in Huffington Post

Christopher Shaw, PhD, a funded researcher by Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI), was mentioned in the Huffington Post for his stance regarding the cervical cancer vaccine.

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Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) June 10, 2014

Christopher Shaw, PhD, a scientific advisory board member of Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI), founded by Claire Dwoskin of the Dwoskin Family Foundation, was featured in Huffington Post, defending his stance regarding the cervical cancer vaccine.

The CMSRI mission is to provide scientific research to raise awareness in the knowledge about the biological and genetic risk factors for vaccines that induce brain and immune dysfunctions, including the lack of adequate safety data, specifically for delayed or chronic health issues.

Making national news, Dr. Shaw stated that the cervical cancer vaccine may lead to death among susceptible members of the population. As a funded researcher at CMSRI, Dr. Shaw was listed with other researchers citing various problems that certain vaccines pose.

Additional Comments from Dr. Shaw in Huffington:

  • Their opposition is to mass vaccination of the population, which discounts the risk that people with certain predispositions can react badly to various vaccines, just as people with certain predispositions can react badly to various prescription drugs.
  • Identify the vulnerable populations, the skeptics say, so that all can be confident when vaccines are administered. For this, they deserve our appreciation, not our ridicule.

About CMSRI:
CMSRI provides funding for research to address the significant increase of immune, inflammatory, and cognitive disorders in children and adults. Previously funded by the Dwoskin Family Foundation and its founders Claire and Albert Dwoskin, research on the links between toxic exposures and chronic health conditions such as autism are now being funded by CMSRI. To fund new research that is independent and methodologically sound chronic health conditions, donate to CMSRI today.


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