Shiloh Levine, Director of Trace Amounts, Interviewed on Autism Live

Shiloh Levine, one of the filmmakers behind the documentary Trace Amounts, talks about the genesis of the film and the impact it is making around the country. Trace Amounts tells the true story of Eric Gladen who became ill after getting a tetanus shot that contained Thimerosal. The film features interviews and information on the role of mercury in vaccinations, past and present.

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