Rise Up Against Injustice

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Sadly, fundamental human rights violations are still occuring in the United States of America. Through our professional voice, PIC brings awareness to the abundance of physicians and scientists opposing mandatory vaccination laws, and educates the public on infectious disease, the immune system, and informed consent. In addition, PIC assists patients and doctors who are bullied by mandatory vaccination laws.

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PIC has provided:

  • Over 300 hours of legal guidance to physicians
  • Legal guidance to thousands of parents navigating SB277
  • Legal assistance to SB277 litigation
  • Legal assistance to schools and families being confronted with CDPH privacy violations
  • Amicus brief to Indiana Supreme Court
  • Educational videos on YouTube. Click here to view our YouTube page.
  • Education and community in the Physicians’ Online Forum.
  • Inaugural Meeting & Luncheon and other speaker events
  • Booth presence at numerous medical and other conferences. 
  • Print and digital educational materials. Click here to view our Measles Education page. 
  • Social media educational campaigns. Click here to view our Facebook page, which is liked by about 20,000 people and followed by another 20,000 people.
  • Unity to hundreds of doctors and scientists

Our mission is immense, and time is of the essence. Please make your tax-deductible donation today!

 
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