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(LifeSiteNews) – Join us Wednesday, November 17 at 12pm Eastern Time for the “Vaccines & Children: What are the Risks?” video Press Conference streamed live by LifeSiteNews and organized by Truth for Health Foundation.

To participate in this event, please click this link to tune in LIVE or email [email protected]

The Vaccines & Children Press Conference will present physicians, parents, and psychologists who will share valuable information to help parents, grandparents, aunts, and uncles protect young children from the COVID shot. The information shared will help you make an informed decision and sort through the fear messaging to find the truth.

Elizabeth Lee Vliet, MD, President and CEO of the Truth for Health Foundation, a 501(c)3 public charity, will moderate this press conference that will feature parents who have children who experienced loss and injury from the COVID shots, Dr. Peter McCullough, Dr. Alan Moy and more.

Parents like Ernesto Ramirez, whose child died following the COVID shot, will share their heart-wrenching stories so that others can be informed about the dangers associated with the jabs. U.S. Senator Ron Johnson, who has risked attacks from Big Pharma and the mainstream media by giving a voice to vaccine victims, will also be speaking.

LifeSite co-founder John-Henry Westen will provide introductory remarks to the conference, which will feature multiple medical experts speaking out against the jab mandates and medical experiments being forced on your children.

Truth for Health Foundation continues to expose the truth about the COVID shots, and provides parents with the facts to feel confident in fighting back.

Given the increase in the push to give every child in America the so-called vaccines, this information is absolutely vital. Be sure to tune in at NOON ET on November 17 on LifeSiteNews.com. Share the link with your friends and family. The time has come to become informed and empowered!

Click here for more information on the press conference and to join it live.

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