Findings are at Odds with Federal Regulations Requiring Satisfactory Evidence of Safety
On April 6, 2016, CMSRI sponsored the 4th International Vaccine Symposium in Leipzig, Germany, bringing together leaders in autoimmune disease research to present and discuss their conclusive findings on the relationship between vaccines and autoimmunity in prone individuals. Below are summaries of some of the research presented at the symposium. Additionally, you can find videos of all the presentations here.
Free Guide and Log Helps Track Potential Adverse Reactions
Washington, D.C. (August 6, 2016) – Today’s parents are more informed and aware of the health and safety risks facing their children than ever before. But one subject that is often taken for granted is the immunization process. That is why the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute created a free, downloadable “Immunization Journal,” announced Claire Dwoskin, founder of the nonprofit organization that funds independent research into chronic childhood illnesses.
TUCSON, Ariz., June 14, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Multiple childhood vaccines are often given at one visit, but contrary to the claims of public health officials there is evidence that this practice is unsafe, writes medical research journalist Neil Z. Miller in the summer issue of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.
URGENT ACTION ALERT: Vaccine Exemptions in Virginia Gutted by HB 1342
Contact State Legislators Immediately
We are requesting your immediate communication with your state legislators to OPPOSE HB 1342 sponsored by Delegate Eileen Filler-Corn(chief patron) and co-sponsored by Delegate Christopher P. Stolle (chief co-patron).
Innovative Study on Alzheimer's Treatment is Subject of Crowd Funding Campaign
Conclusive Research on Correlation of Aluminum and Alzheimer’s Disease to be Conducted
Washington, DC (July 16, 2015) One of the world’s leading experts on aluminum and aluminum-related illnesses is seeking funding for a study on the potentially lifesaving impact of removing aluminum from Alzheimer’s disease patients, announced the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute today.
Washington, DC (July 6, 2015) Inspiring the general public to question aluminum safety policies is the goal of a new social media campaign, entitled “Makes You Wonder,” that is being launched by the Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI).
Dr. Yehuda Shoenfeld and Dr. Ricard Cervera will oversee the creation and maintenance of the ASIA registry (Autoimmune Syndrome Induced by Adjuvant), populated by clinicians from around the world. This registry will enable researchers to analyze thousands of global cases of ASIA. Data from patient questionnaires in the registry will provide a resource for researchers to: 1) compare clinical manifestations, 2) discover common instigators, and 3) compare the efficacy of treatments. To include a case in the registry, contact:
In the groundbreaking documentary, Age of Aluminum, by Austrian filmmaker Bert Ehgartner, viewers see the grave consequences from the mining, processing and use of aluminum in everyday life. A new review by Andrew Jenks, at California State University, Long Beach praises this in-depth look at the issue and includes interviews with physicians and scientists leading aluminum research. Aluminum’s unique role in geology and biology is dramatized through cautionary tales of people whose exposure to the toxin caused catastrophic health issues. CMSRI funded researchers are featured in this award winning film which ties aluminum to the current chronic disease and disability epidemic.
Claire Dwoskin Honored for Support of Autoimmunity Research
Founder and President of the Children's Medical Safety Research Insitute (CMSRI) Claire Dwoskin received the “AESKU Award for a Lifetime Contribution to Autoimmunity" at the 9th International Congress on Autoimmunity held in Nice, France on March 26, 2014. Ms. Dwoskin was recognized during the gathering of leading medical researchers and physicians who attended the conference for her dedicated advocacy and financial support of studies into the causes and cures of chronic illnesses and disabilities.