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Why We Do What We Do

The World Mercury Project Team is devoted to the health of people and our planet. Our mission is to work aggressively to reduce exposure to all sources of mercury, hold those accountable who failed to protect our planet and people from unnecessary exposure, restore health to those who have been harmed, and make sure this tragedy never happens again.

We do what we do for many reasons. Some of us have children who have been injured. Some of us have seen an injustice and feel the need to step in where others fear to tread. Some of us are focused on the demand for scientific integrity, others on improving the health of this, and future, generations. Some of us are eager to help any way we can. But the one thing we all share is our passionate belief that we have public health policies and practices that are harming our children. For the future good health of our children and planet, we call for more research and transparency. Read our personal stories below and join our movement.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. by Gage Skidmore
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. by Gage Skidmore

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World Mercury Project Raise public awareness of the sources and dangers of mercury

  • Declining IQ: A Race to the Bottom?
    by Joyce Ghen on June 19, 2018 at 15:41

    In the U.S., plummeting SAT scores are one proxy indicator of cognitive fallout; the scores have been falling for over a decade and are at historically low levels, reflecting an across-the-board worsening in critical reading, math and writing performance. A report in 2013 suggested that almost […]

  • The Big Secret The Mainstream Media Doesn’t Want To Tell You About America’s Soaring Suicide Rates
    by Joyce Ghen on June 15, 2018 at 13:15

    By Michael Snyder, Author, The Economic Collapse Blog   This week two celebrity suicides rocked the nation, and neither of them seemed to make any sense.  Kate Spade’s handbag designs had taken the fashion world by storm, and she was supposedly living the kind of lifestyle that […]

  • Vaccines and the Liberal Mind
    by Joyce Ghen on June 14, 2018 at 15:35

    Instead of demanding blue-ribbon safety science and encouraging honest, open and responsible debate on the science, too many online outlets are silencing critics and shutting down discussion on this key public health and civil rights issue. By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Chairman, World Mercury Project […]

  • The Ongoing Thimerosal Travesty Needs to End
    by Joyce Ghen on June 12, 2018 at 14:15

    By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.   World Mercury Project Team Note: The lessons learned from the ongoing saga of thimerosal are significant to all who care about vaccine safety, want justice for the injured, and to prevent future harm. The government has said they corrected the thimerosal issue and […]

  • American Values: Lessons I Learned from My Family
    by Lynne Arnold on June 12, 2018 at 04:29

    With rich detail, compelling honesty, and a storyteller’s gift, RFK Jr. describes his life growing up Kennedy in a tumultuous time in history that eerily echoes the issues of nuclear confrontation, religion, race, and inequality that we confront today. In this powerful book that combines the […]

  • Aluminum Sulfate – Material Safety Data Sheet
    by Joyce Ghen on June 11, 2018 at 13:48

    Section 11 of the MSDS for aluminum sulfate states: “Symptoms may include cramping, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. Ingestion also produces a feeling of dryness and puckering of the mucous membranes of the mouth and throat. It may affect behavior/central nervous system and cause ataxia and […]

  • Experimental Epilepsy in the Monkey Following Multiple Intracerebral Injections of Alumina Cream
    by Joyce Ghen on June 11, 2018 at 13:34

    The multiple intracerebral injection of alumina cream (aluminum hydroxide cream) into a principal cerebral sensorimotor cortical area is effective in producing chronic epilepsy in monkeys. Some of the clinical, pathological and electroencephalographic features of such epileptic animals, […]

  • Are Cochrane Reviews Truly “Independent and Transparent”?
    by Joyce Ghen on June 5, 2018 at 13:57

    By the World Mercury Project Team   Policy-makers often attach considerable importance to systematic reviews when they make decisions about health care strategies and future policy directions. A systematic review is a “study of studies” that reviews the available body of evidence […]

  • Two Huge Vaccine Scandals the Press is Ignoring
    by Joyce Ghen on May 24, 2018 at 14:52

    Editorial by World Mercury Project Guest Contributor Jon Rappoport  Some lies are so big, many people can’t accept the fact that they’re lies. Their minds are boggled. “No,” they say, “that couldn’t be.” But yes, that could be, and is. Two […]

  • The U.S. Needs an Independent Vaccine Safety Organization
    by Joyce Ghen on May 23, 2018 at 16:36

    By the World Mercury Project Team Most Americans are oblivious to the huge annual burden of chronic illness, injuries and deaths linked to vaccines. Some of the blame for the public’s ignorance belongs to a complicit media that “pretends that vaccine-related injuries do not […]

  • Not Born With It
    by Joyce Ghen on May 22, 2018 at 17:01

    By Brian S. Hooker, Science Advisor, Focus for Health and Board Member, World Mercury Project   Recently, the newest U.S. autism prevalence numbers were released by the CDC.  It was not good news.  Among children born in 2004 and 2006, the prevalence of autism had increased from […]

  • The Real Cost of Dental Mercury
    by Joyce Ghen on May 22, 2018 at 13:55

    While its use has essentially been eliminated in many countries, dental amalgam is now being considered for a global phase-out in the ongoing mercury treaty negotiations1 and in the European Union (BIO 2012) because of significant environmental concerns. The negative effects of mercury releases […]

  • Vax-Unvax Study of Mice Implicates Hepatitis B Vaccine—Media Silent
    by Joyce Ghen on May 17, 2018 at 15:06

    By World Mercury Project Board Member JB Handley, Co-Founder, Generation Rescue   GUANDONG, China —Sun Yat-sen University’s (a Top 10 university in China) Dr. Zhibin Yao is not a household name in the American autism community, but perhaps he should […]

  • Autoimmunity and Metal Implants, Devices, and Vaccine Adjuvants
    by Joyce Ghen on May 16, 2018 at 15:46

    By Amanda Just, MS, and Jack Kall, DMD, MIAOMT, World Mercury Project Partner   Autoimmune diseases are on the rise, with more and more people being stricken with these illnesses each year. The fact that the average person’s overall exposure to chemicals, including metals, has […]

  • HPV Vaccine’s Likely Contribution to Sweden’s Spike in Cervical Cancer
    by Joyce Ghen on May 15, 2018 at 15:31

    By the World Mercury Project Team   When the U.S. introduced the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine in 2006, cervical cancer rates had been steadily declining for several decades, in large part due to successful and routinized cervical cancer screening. A similar trend also was underway in […]

  • Part 4-The Special Ed Epidemic: Uncovering the Answers
    by Joyce Ghen on May 10, 2018 at 16:15

    By Sheri A. Marino, MA, CCC-SLP for Focus for Health, World Mercury Project Partner In this four-part series, World Mercury Project’s partner, Focus for Health (FFH), examined the special education epidemic, its crippling effects on the US economy, as well as housing and employment issues for […]

  • The Varicella Vaccine, Skyrocketing Shingles and CDC Chicanery
    by Joyce Ghen on May 9, 2018 at 17:00

    By the World Mercury Project Team   “Collusion” is the word du jour, and the practice’s very characteristics—deception, fraud, misrepresentation and secrecy—often prevent collusive acts from coming to light. In the scientific research community, would-be deceivers […]

  • If You’re Whitewashing Autism, You’re Part of the Problem
    by Joyce Ghen on May 7, 2018 at 16:41

    Editorial by World Mercury Project Guest Contributor Ashlyn Washington WORLD MERCURY PROJECT NOTE: April, Autism Awareness Month, came and went with less fanfare than in recent years. Usually, the new autism numbers come out at the beginning of the month, journalists get […]

  • Vaccine Mandate Efforts in Europe Get Pushback
    by Joyce Ghen on May 3, 2018 at 16:41

    By the World Mercury Project Team   In Part One, World Mercury Project reported on the European Parliament’s March 2018 resolution to promote tight Europe-wide coordination of vaccination policies and go after the so-called phenomenon of “vaccine hesitancy.”  In March […]

  • Big Pharma’s Stranglehold on Vaccination Policy in Europe
    by Joyce Ghen on May 2, 2018 at 14:30

    By The World Mercury Project Team   European Union (EU) residents have less confidence in vaccine safety than people in any other region in the world. From the perspective of the powerful pharmaceutical industry and its bought politicians, this growing skepticism about vaccine orthodoxy cannot […]

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