Dr. Mark Geier and his son, David Geier, were featured in a documentary last year called Trace Amounts. If you have never seen the film and have questions about the power of money and influence on policy decisions, you’ll want to see it as soon as possible. Dr. Geier and David Geier have spoken out in the past about the dangers of mercury toxicity and why even traces of Thimeresol found in flu vaccines and childhood vaccines are dangerous.
At its heart, Trace Amounts examines the link between mercury preservatives found in some vaccines and childhood neurological diseases like autism. It asks a simple question of how the medical community could dismiss any evidence of a link between vaccines and autism, and yet, be no closer to pinpointing a cause that could show why the rate of autism spectrum disorder has increased exponentially.
It chronicles the true story of Eric Gladen, who suffered from mercury-poisoning after receiving a Thimerosal-loaded tetanus shot. After he was treated for mercury-poisoning, he noticed that he was beginning to feel differently. He was diagnosed as having autism-like symptoms as an adult. The film takes a micro look at his journey as well as a macro overview of why vaccines still have this dangerous ingredient in their formula.