• Petitioned Jeremy Murphy

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CBS Outdoor Communications VP
Jeremy Murphy
Customer Relations
CEO CBS Outdoor
Wally C Kelly
CBS Outdoor
Jodi Senese
CBS Outdoor
Dana Wells
CBS Outdoor
John Clements
CBS Outdoor
Bill Murphy
CBS Outdoor
Richard Sauer
CBS Outdoor
Richard Ament
CBS Outdoor
Lou Formisano
CBS Outdoor
Christian Eidt
CBS Outdoor
Liz Caprio
CBS Outdoor
Ray Nowak
CBS Outdoor
Phil Stimpson
CBS
Leslie Moonves
CBS
Joseph Lanniello
CBS
Richard Jones

Tell CBS Outdoor not to run Anti-Vaccine Ad

    1. Elyse Anders
    2. Petition by

      Elyse Anders

      Irving, TX

Anti-vaccine advocates Mercola and the National Vaccine Informaion Center are scheduled to run an anti-vaccine ad on CBS Outdoor's JumboTron on 42nd St in Times Square through April 26. 

Mercola and NVIC claim that vaccines cause autism, learning disabilities, cancer and instant death. They encourage parents to refuse vaccines by either delaying their schedules or opting out altogether. Their claims are simply false, and the delay or flat out refusal to vaccinate is a threat to public health.

People are needlessly being infected with vaccine-preventable diseases because of vaccine fears from vaccine fear-mongers such as Mercola and the NVIC. Do not let them advertise their dangerous misinformation.

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    • W B DECATUR, GA
      • about 3 years ago

      Please.. look at your children when you get home tonight.. imagine them dying with pertussis.. crippled by polio.. brain damaged from meningitis.. and.. while you imagine them suffering.. realize that for every parent that does not immunize..more than that one child is put at risk. Our society is put at risk. I beg you.. do not give a forum to those who would see us take a step back to the 19th century

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    • Marieke Jackson LAS CRUCES, NM
      • about 3 years ago

      Please stop killing children. It's not PC.

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    • Karen Ivinson PREVESSIN MOENS, FRANCE
      • about 3 years ago

      The sheer idiocy of running such an ad is incomprehensible. Please take it down!

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    • Ben Weiner AUSTIN, TX
      • about 3 years ago

      The autism claims have been blatantly proven wrong, plus even those who made the studies admitted that they are faulty. Don't let people be harmed like when the AIDS conspiracy theory caused people to die because they were afraid to take their cocktails.

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    • Eden Rain SEATTLE, WA
      • about 3 years ago

      Please don't endanger the public health by running this misleading ads.

      Thank you!

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