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Lecture aims to educate on safety and efficacy of vaccinations


The debate over vaccinations has raged for decades.

Many are polarized on the subject and it is often difficult to get to the facts so you can make the decision that is right for you.

On April 3, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., vaccine educator Sue Kelly will share what she knows to help parents make the best choice for their family.

Kelly, who has lectured all over North America and been interviewed on television and radio on the subject, will speak at the Spruce Grove Field House next to the ball diamond in Spruce Grove.

The lecture is drawn on information Kelly has gathered during extensive investigation of peer review medical journals.

Her goal is simply to put the current information out there and let families choose for themselves.

Kelly, who has a full time job, accepts no money for her lectures nor does she receive any remuneration for them or her research.

Tickets for this event are $15 at the door and $10 in advance. The proceeds will be donated to charity.

They are available by phoning Sheila Snow at 604-938-4905 or by e-mail at .

Topics which will be covered include:

• Are vaccines really safe and effective;

• What questions should you ask your doctor before your child is vaccinated;

• What are the chances your child will be hurt or killed by a vaccine;

• Are the ingredients in vaccines safe;

• How to prevent a vaccine reaction;

• What about flu vaccine or smallpox vaccines.