Toronto calls in the superheroes to help with vaccinating young children against COVID-19.
Vaccine is a new, untested, and powerful tool.
New York City and San Francisco are facing a new and dangerous health crisis and so many people are calling on the federal and state governments to step in and help.
Our state government now is considering allowing children and families to exempt their youngest from being vaccinated for the Shingrix, a vaccine that was developed to treat cancer.
Children’s medical, religious, and philosophical positions will now be given precedence over medical and scientific facts.
We also need to take a stand against the growing use of vaccines as human experimentation. Vaccines have never been and will never be the silver bullet against disease. They’re too new, too untested, and too controversial for this.
We need to find a way to have a conversation about vaccines, but more importantly: we need to start talking about vaccines.
We need to start talking about vaccines now, or we will end up with a generation of kids who will have lifelong vaccine scars.
We need to start talking about this now, or we will see these outbreaks ramp up and then turn into pandemics that kill tens of thousands of people.
On Thursday, April 8 2018, we lost a very special person: my sister, our mother, and the mother of our beautiful family.
But I’m not here today to mourn her. Instead I’m here to honor her, and thank her for bringing us together, and for being the best mother and grandmother that I could ask for.
She was my best friend, my best adviser, my best friend. She taught me how to be a better leader, a better person, and a better mother and grandmother.
When you’re a leader, you have a responsibility to set a great example for those you lead. We lost a great example today, and I do believe it will inspire everyone.
I know all of us have our stories. We have our lives and our stories. And if we’re lucky, all of our lives, we’ll have a story about someone who taught us how to be better than we were.
There’s a quote I heard that my sister shared with me when