Ball State's Truth Movement Seeks Thimerosal Advocate to Share Stage with Dr. Boyd Haley
Posted Mar 16 2009 12:00am
Managing Editor's Note: Paging Dr. Paul Offit! Paging Dr. Nancy Snyderman! Paging the AAP's Dr. David Tayloe! Paging Dr. Harvey Karp! Paging Dr. Max Wiznitzer! Here's your chance to debate the pros and cons of mercury with Dr. Boyd Haley. To reserve your seat, or accept the challenge to share the stage with Dr. Haley, email Tony Farmer at BSU.
MUNCIE, IN (3/9/09) – The Ball State Truth Movement is pleased to announce it will be hosting Dr. Boyd Haley at Ball State’s Pruis Hall on April 20th at 8 p.m.
Haley is a former University of Kentucky professor and Chemistry Department Chair (1996-2005) who has given lectures on the toxic effects of mercury at conferences around the world. Haley, a mercury toxicity expert, has testified before numerous government agencies on the effects of mercury toxicity with regards to neurological diseases and supports the efforts of the Ball State Truth Movement to remove thimerosal-containing vaccines from Ball State’s campus.