Vaccinations – You Can Help
A lot of people feel strongly about the importance of all children being vaccinated for their own good and society’s good. Others feel just as strongly that vaccines are dangerous and do more harm than good.
Maybe you haven’t really thought about it and are rather neutral about the issue. But wouldn’t it be interesting to find out the facts about what might be going on with vaccines and the health of our children and society?
This is a great opportunity for you to participate in a study to help everyone understand this critical and controversial subject. Homeschoolers, with either vaccinated or non-vaccinated children, are in a unique position to inform this area of research.
Study participants will remain anonymous. We fully understand the importance of confidentiality and anonymity.
This is a pilot study involving the four states of Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi and Oregon. Please forward this information and link to homeschool families in only these four states.
Three easy steps:
1. We encourage you to print and complete the PDF version of the survey
before going online to do the questionnaire. That way you will have all
the needed information, the online questionnaire will not take much of
your time, and it will probably be easier.
2. Then next, complete the survey online.
3. Tell other homeschoolers about it today.
Thank you so much for your time! By completing the survey on your child or children you are making a major contribution to evaluating the effectiveness and safety of the current childhood vaccination program!
Brian D. Ray, Ph.D.
National Home Education Research Institute (NHERI), Oregon, www.nheri.org
Dr. Ray has been serving the homeschool community for over 27 years.
(You are welcome to read www.nheri.org to learn more about Dr. Ray or ask your homeschool organization about his qualifications and relationship with the homeschool community.)
Tony R. Mawson, Ph.D.
Jackson State University, Mississippi
Dr. Mawson has been doing disease-related research for about 30 years.