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Direct Access to Two Controversial Films I


njecting Alu- minum, a new documentary by French journal- ist Marie-Ange Poyet, investi- gates the history of aluminum in vaccines and its


potentially devastating effects on the human body. In- jecting Aluminum is now available on DVD, streaming and at screening events from Cinema Libre Studio. Aluminum has been recognized as a neurotoxic


ingredient by leading researchers and scientists across the globe, yet babies in the U.S. receive up to 4,925 micrograms (mcg) of aluminum within the first 18 months, and an additional 170 to 625 mcg by the age of 6 through routine vaccinations. This film explores the possible side effects of aluminum on the human body when injected. Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe is one of


the most controversial documentaries of the last year and investigates claims that the Centers for Disease Con- trol and Prevention (CDC) concealed data from a 2004 study that showed a link between the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine and autism. The film was de-selected from the Tribeca Film Festival amidst much controversy. Although the data presented in the film is still questioned, it has served to spark an international grassroots movement, calling for safer vaccines and total transparency from the CDC about vaccine safety testing.


Natural Awakenings Austin readers can receive 25 per- cent off both films at Tinyurl.com/DVD25OFF by using the code NATX25 at checkout. See ad, page 8.


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