Anti-Anti-Vax Steve Novella


JamesRandiFoundation | September 14, 2009

The Amaz!ng Meeting 7 Panel discussion about the Anti Vax movement. The benefits of vaccination far outweigh the supposed risks. The panel talk gave many examples of how vaccines have helped eradicate diseases that caused millions of deaths around the world.

Steve Novella an American clinical neurologist, assistant professor and Director of General Neurology at Yale University School of Medicine. Novella is best known for his involvement in the skeptical movement.

Full Panel Discussion video is available on the TAM 7 DVD set at http://www.randi.org

Video work by:
Richard Montalvo
rmontalvo23@gmail.com

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I seek to learn through this site and others how to better my ability as a person and my skill at using my reason and understanding to best effect. I do fractal artwork as a hobby, and I'm working to develop it to professional levels, though I've a bit to go till I reach that degree of skill! This is a crazy world we're in, but maybe I can do a little, if only that, to make it a bit more sane than it otherwise would be.

Posted on Monday, 18:14, October 11, 2010, in Medicine and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. “Director of General Neurology at Yale University School of Medicine” man he doesn’t know what he’s talking about … I got this friend who’s a conspiracy theorist on the interwebz and he’ll give the real lowdown …

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