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Important Public Meeting (Auck.) - MeNZB™ Vaccine

Important Public Meeting

MeNZB™ Vaccine

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

Making An Informed Choice

Independent Risk & Policy Analyst


Ron Law

Will address these questions at an Auckland Meeting

Friday 17th June 8 pm @ Three Kings Primary School

Cnr Mt Eden & Mt Albert Roads
Entrance off Mt Eden Rd


Media, MPs and Health Professionals are Welcome to Attend

A personal invitation is extended to the Listener's Deputy Editor, Tim Watkin.

Tim, you are welcome to show me publicly where our research is wrong. If you can, I'll pack up the campaign for honest public health policy. If you can't, we would expect you to do the honorable thing and write an apology in the next issue of The Listener.

(gold coin koha)

Please note: Ron Law is not pursuing an anti-vaccination agenda, but rather is drawing the public’s attention to important information required to make a truly informed decision regarding the MeNZB™ vaccine. Ron’s presentation is solely about the MeNZB™ vaccine and meningococcal disease in New Zealand.

Co-Author of Meningococcal Gold Rush, Second Edition:
http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0505/S00352.htm


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