Anti-vaccine websites are usually easy to spot.
They are typically filled with vaccine injury stories and articles about how vaccines are filled with poison (they aren’t), don’t really work (they do), and aren’t even needed (they certainly are).
And many will try to sell you fake vaccine detox kits and autism cures at the same time they are making you terrified about vaccines.
Tragically, the pseudo-scientific arguments on many anti-vaccine websites can sometimes be persuasive, especially if you don’t understand that they are mostly the same old arguments that the anti-vaccine movement has been using for over 200 years to scare parents away from vaccinating and protecting their kids.
Sites that are considered anti-vaccine by most people and that push propaganda and myths include:
- Age of Autism
- Child Health Safety (The facts about vaccine safety your government wont give you)
- The Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute
- Collective Evolution
- Cure Zone (educating instead of medicating)
- David Avocado Wolfe
- Fearless Parent
- Focus for Health
- GreenMedInfo (the science of natural healing)
- The Healthy Home Economist
- Immunity Education Group
- Immunity Resource Foundation
- International Medical Council on Vaccination
- Kelly Brogan, MD
- Lew Rockwell
- Living Whole
- Modern Alternative Mama
- Moms Across America
- National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC)
- Natural News
- Medical Academy of Pediatric Specials Needs
- Physicians for Informed Consent
- Talk About Curing Autism (TACA)
- The Thinking Moms’ Revolution
- Thinktwice Global Vaccine Institute
- Vaccination Information Network
- Vaccination Liberation
- Vaccine Awareness Network
- Weston A. Price Foundation
- World Mercury Project
If you were influenced about vaccines from one or more of these websites, consider doing a little more research.
Get educated and understand that vaccines are safe and necessary, with few risks and many benefits. Learn to think critically, be more skeptical about the things you see and read about vaccines, and overcome your biases.
What to Know About Anti-Vaccine Websites
Anti-vaccine websites use misinformation about vaccines, pseudoscience, conspiracy theories, propaganda, and a lot of fear to scare you away from vaccinating and protecting your kids.
More on Anti-Vaccine Websites
- Anti-Vaxx Websites, We’re Onto You
- Study – Anti-vaccine activists, Web 2.0, and the postmodern paradigm–an overview of tactics and tropes used online by the anti-vaccination movement.
- Top 10 Worst Anti-Science Websites
- The nuttiness that is Whale.to: Save Scopie’s Law!
- Anti-vaccine doctors – naming names and listing lists
- Physicians for Informed Consent – another radical anti-vaccine group
- Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and his World Mercury Project: Antivaccine, NOT “fiercely pro-vaccine”
- CNN: The money behind the vaccine skeptics
- How is it that I’ve never heard of David Avocado Wolfe before?
- Doublespeak: A Dr. Bob Special
- Cashing In On Fear: The Danger of Dr. Sears
- Lyn Redwood (and SafeMinds)
- Unhealthy advice on vitamin K shots from the Healthy Home Economist
- The characteristics of antivaccine networks on Facebook
- History of Anti-vaccination Movements
- “Vaccines didn’t save us” (a.k.a. “vaccines don’t work”): Intellectual dishonesty at its most naked
- Yahoo News spews NaturalNews anti-vaccine (and other) propaganda
- Quoth the anti-vaccine group SANE Vax: Beware HPV DNA in Gardasil!
- Misinformation, lies, and memes from the anti vaccine cult
- Sayer Ji pushes retracted anti-vaccine articles – cause he’s got nothing
- Dr. Kelly Brogan’s e-book “Vaccines and Brain Health”: A cornucopia of antivaccine misinformation and pseudoscience
- International Medical Council on Vaccination
- Why Modern Alternative Mama Katie Tietje is dangerous
- The NVIC Vaccine Ingredient Calculator: A disingenuous deceptive instrument of vaccine fear mongering
- More Anti-Vaccine Nonsense from Trump and Kennedy
- The clueless cite the ignorant to argue against vaccines
- A Snapshot of the Deep Pockets of the Anti-Vaccine Movement
7 thoughts on “Anti-Vaccine Websites”
And of course the “Australian Vaccination-skeptics Network” that has appeared in the Australian courts many times.
Thanks for providing me with some good anti vaxx websites.
This is a great compilation of sites! I wish you would have linked to them. A couple are a little hokie, but several are very informative and have a lot of science behind them–more than I’ve seen here. Anyone who has combed the evidence for themselves and not relied on the repetitive parroting of the main stream media, has found the truth. You are losing this war, the same way the tobacco industry lost theirs.
Immunebynature.com isn’t on there?
Medscienceresearch(dot)com, any info on them?
From its , About Us:
“Note: It is not uncommon for authors of studies to place an obligatory mention of vaccine safety in order to have their research accepted for publication in pharmaceutical funded journals.”
Site is hot garbage juice.
The truth will come out despite misinformation and blatant lies. I’ve had measels, mumps, chicken pox… and I’m still here. How can that be? And very healthy. Unlike many children today who are brain damaged, have asthma, ADHD, allergies, the list goes on and on.
This site is a joke. But not funny at all.
Some vaccines make sense and are needed…But to hide all the SERIOUS LIFE TIME SIDE EFFECTS due to them is not just criminal but inhuman.
How can any of you trust Big Pharma that YEARLY gets caught in multiple cases lying, falsifying, bribing and suppressing data THEN paying BILLIONS in fines?
The cases Big Pharma has lost could fill an entire wing in any major law library.