Category Archives: Julie Obradovic

Post-Election To-Do Item: Make Sure Others Know They Matter

November 11, 2016 We recently ran a review of Julie Obradovic’s new book An Unfortunate Coincidence in which we said she had a rare way with words. So it should come as no surprise that, when it comes to election … Continue reading

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Loss of Diagnosis Day

May 24, 2016 I didn’t want to keep the appointment. The day before when they called to confirm, I regretted not telling them I wouldn’t be able to make it after all. It was going to be such a pain, … Continue reading

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I Believe the Words You’re Looking for Are “Thank You”

(In another departure, we are reposting this blog by Julie Bailey Obradovic, that originally ran on her personal blog on January 29, 2015.  We thought it was an important and eloquent expression of something that many, many parents have in … Continue reading

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Exactly Who Is “Anti-vaccine”?

If you want safe, non-neurotoxic vaccines for everyone, given in an independently tested and verified schedule and combination, you are “anti-vaccine.” If you want transparency, accountability, and ethical science when it comes to vaccines, you are “anti-vaccine.” If you believe … Continue reading

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Autism Mom Finds Her Attitude of Gratitude

I met Julie Obradovic in 2009. She presented her in-depth analysis of the 14 studies the government uses to support the notion that vaccines do not cause autism. At the time I was a newbie to the community of “autism … Continue reading

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