Amy and Moms Against Mercury have been featured in several newspapers as well
as local network news stories.
CBS News Weekend Journal Report (watch)
ABC News 45 Report (watch)
WB 22 News Report (watch)
Asheville Tribune (Article 1), (Article 2)
Asheville Citizen times (Article1), (Article 2), (Article 3)
Moms Seek Sponsorship for No Mercury in Vaccines Bill
Cases of mercury poisoning have been featured in several network news stories...
WJXX-25 & WTLV-12
First Coast News Stories
Reporter: Melissa Ross
CDC Knew of Knew of Potential link between Vaccines, Autism
Jacksonville Parents File Claim in Vaccine Court
WXYZ Detroit News Stories Reporter: Steve Wilson
Vaccines: A hidden danger?
Autism and Informed Inoculation:
CDC Study Raises Level of Suspicion - Posted Dec. 8, 2003. Critics charge
that pharmaceutical companies and the U.S. government are covering up the true
health risks of injecting children with vaccines that contain mercury.
Vaccines May Fuel Autism Epidemic - A new study indicates childhood vaccines containing a mercury-based preservative may be the culprits behind the surge in autism cases sweeping the United States.
Autism in a Needle? - The toxic tale of vaccinations and mercury poisoning.
'91 Memo Warned of Mercury in Flu Shots - A memo from Merck & Co. shows that, nearly a decade before the first public disclosure, senior executives were concerned that infants were getting an elevated dose of mercury in vaccinations containing a widely used sterilizing agent.
1991 Merck Memo Obtained by the LA Times
Merck Misled on Vaccines, Some Say - Drug maker Merck & Co. continued to supply infant vaccine containing a mercury-based preservative for two years after declaring that it had eliminated the chemical.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Investigates the Government Cover-up of a Mercury/Autism Scandal - The federal officials and industry representatives had assembled to discuss a disturbing new study that raised alarming questions about the safety of a host of common childhood vaccines administered to infants and young children.