Vaxxed Bus visits East Amherst

Posted at 6:53 PM, Aug 28, 2017

Something called the Vaxxed Bus is headed to Western New York.

"The more people know the better decisions they can make," explained Dr. Phyllis Burgio.

Burgio has organized a visit from the bus next week. The bus tours the country to hear the stories of parents who believe their children developed autism from the Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) vaccine. The bus was born out of a documentary -- "Vaxxed," which investigates what it calls a cover up of the correlation between the vaccine and the condition by the Centers for Disease Control.

"You're pregnant for nine months you aren't allowed to take an aspirin and they're taking your child and giving them 60 vaccines before they go into kindergarten," Burgio said.

Craig Egan's from Washington State. He too spends a lot of his time touring the country. But, he's protesting the Vaxxed bus and its message.

"If you walk into any children's hospital, all doctors will tell you the danger you're putting your child in by not getting vaccinated. There's a wide consensus among the real experts," he explained.

The Vaxxed Bus is going to be at Burgio's office on Transit Road in E. Amherst next Wed, Sept 6th from 1-7p.

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