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Episode Sixty-Seven – On The Vaccine Times – Interview With Leart Shaka And Julia Sherred

Download the mp3 from here – also available on iTunes!

This month I was fortunate enough to interview two keen activists for health and community welfare in the face of anti-vaccination – two of the change-makers behind the Vaccine Times: Leart Shaka, Editor in Chief and design editor Julia Sherred!

Leart just had an article published on the JREF website: Measles, Measles Go Awaycheck that out as well!

The Vaccine Times, a quarterly newspaper-like publication, for parents, by parents. You can subscribe to get the Times for free, via e-mail – head to http://www.vaccinetimes.com/mailinglist. Print copies and leave them hanging around on the copy room at work, give them out at church, give one to your baby’s pediatrician and suggest it as waiting room reading material and spread the word via social networking!

You can also provide financial support via subscribing to the Kindle Version of the Vaccine Central blog and of course, contact the team at admin@vaccinetimes.com, and let them know how you can become involved.

This show is available on Zune, mp3 via Libsyn or iTunes. Visit www.tokenskeptic.org – and I’d love to get your feedback at tokenskeptic@gmail.com. Theme songs are ‘P&P’ by Derek K Miller of www.penmachine.com and ‘365’ by Milton Mermikides, ofwww.miltonmermikides.com.

Please considering supporting the show – head to the Merchandise link on the Token Skeptic site and keep an eye out for the forthcoming Token Skeptic book, available through Lulu.com.

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  1. May 10, 2011 at 12:55 am

    Thank you Kylie, I really enjoyed talking to you about these issues. One minor correction: people need to go to the following link ( http://www.vaccinetimes.com/mailinglist/ ) to join our mailing list. Sending a blank e-mail with the title “Subscribe” to vaccinetimes@gmail.com will not work as it was discontinued a while ago.

  2. May 11, 2011 at 12:35 am

    All corrected – thanks so much!