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Making An Informed Choice, Meningococcal B Vaccine

Making An Informed Choice
Meningococcal B Vaccine

Is it necessary?
Does it work?
Is it safe?

Researcher & Qantas Award-winning Writer


Will address these questions @

7.30p.m Thursday MAY 19
@ Loaves and Fishes Hall

which is attached to ‘Wellington Cathedral St Paul’s’
(cnr Hill and Molesworth St, beside Parliament, free parking , gold coin entry fee )

The Nuremberg Code (to which NZ is a signatory) describes Informed Choice as:
- A choice made on the basis of adequate information concerning research and all available alternatives.
- A choice made without controlling influences such as force, fraud, deceit, duress, over-reaching or other forms of constraint or coercion.

This Public Meeting is organised by Caren Inwood. /021 498 012

Please note this meeting will only address issues surrounding the MeNZB™ vaccine. The speaker is not affiliated with anti-vaccination organisations.

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