Fund the Science – Tickets/Donations for Dr Chris Exley’s Research
We had a backup plan in place, but that assumed that we were not sheltering in place and travel to and from the UK would be possible! We have a tentative date to postpone to in mid-May, but want to give it a few weeks before we commit to any specific date based on what happens and when travel restrictions are lowered.
Aluminum Research by Dr Exley and
his team at Keele University is critical and needs your funding support.
Help Fund the Science by attending “Human Exposure to Aluminum” – a rare in-person lecture by British scientist, Dr. Christopher Exley, the world’s leading expert on aluminum toxicity and its effect on the brain and immune system (more on Dr Exley at the end of this email):
NorCal: March 21, 6PM
Krutch Theater, UC Berkeley
Tickets available below
SoCal: March 22, 6PM
Schulman Auditorium, Carlsbad
Tickets available below
DC Area: March 26, 5PM
Private Home, McLean, VA
For those wanting to Fund the Science on a more impactful level, Dr Exley will be meeting with Gold ($1,000), Platinum ($2,500) and Diamond ($5,000+) Funders personally, in small groups over a meal, in both NorCal and SoCal. Location will be determined based on the location of the interested funders. If interested, please donate below and RSVP to Christina Hildebrand: Christina@avoiceforchoice.org or 408-835-9353.
Dr. Chris Exley is the leading researcher on aluminum in the world. The research he and his team are doing at Keele University is critical to showing vaccine safety and the never before studied effects of aluminum in vaccines. A Voice for Choice first brought him to the US to speak at the LiveAware Expo in 2017, before most people knew who he was. We have continued to support him and his research, but we need everyone to pitch in so that it can continue and grow in future years. We need your help to spread the word and get people to donate.
Until 4 years ago, his group’s research was primarily funded by grants. However, when he started to do research on the aluminum in vaccines 4 years ago, that funding disappeared. Therefore Dr. Chris Exley and his team are now funded solely by independent organizations and individuals. The cost to keep his and his team’s research going is about $250,000 a year. This includes 3 salaries and funding the aluminum lab, of which there is no other like it in the world. If this research is not funded, the research will not be done. We have to help keep this research alive and thriving.