About Cynthia Cournoyer

Cynthia Cournoyer first published What About Immunizations? in 1983 when she researched arguments against vaccinating children. After the birth of her first child, she witnessed a pattern of how other parents doubted the reasoning behind the practice of vaccination. Out of legitimate concern for children, these parents did their homework and found factual confirmation for their beliefs.

A lifetime of observing the vaccine controversy is reflected in Cynthia’s book as she discovered vaccines are an inseparable part of our culture that continues because of a pervasive vaccine philosophy.

The 7th edition of What About Immunizations? Exposing the Vaccine Philosophy was written a generation following the first edition, with the perspective of raising three never-vaccinated children to adulthood.

Cynthia Cournoyer is a violinist and freelance writer living in Oregon.

Wayne Rohde, author, The Vaccine Court: The Dark Truth of America’s Vaccine Injury Compensation Program

“I just ordered your book. One of the missing jewels.”

Wayne Rohde
Author, The Vaccine Court: The Dark Truth of America’s Vaccine Injury Compensation Program

Wade Rankin, Autism One

“The information underlying truly informed consent cannot be based on disingenuous arguments and so much of what we here from the CDC, Big Pharma and the like, is disingenuous doublespeak that needs exposing. Cynthia’s book does that.”

Wade Rankin
Autism One

Rob Pell, author, Wellness Uprising

“What About Immunizations? addresses all the most frequently asked critical health questions about the vaccine controversy. Are vaccines really safe and effective? How did the ‘vaccine philosophy’ develop? What steps can we take to make all children as healthy as possible? The answers to some of these questions might surprise you.”

Rob Pell
Author, Wellness Uprising

Kathryn Pirtle, author, Performance without Pain: A Step-by-Step Nutritional Program for Healing Pain

“The author persuades each person to carefully engage in the issues regarding vaccines. Parents are the most knowledgeable advocate for the health of their own children and must trust their instincts in knowing what is best.”

Kathryn Pirtle
Author, Performance without Pain: A Step-by-Step Nutritional Program for Healing Pain

Lisa Joyce Goes, co-author, The Thinking Mom’s Revolution: Autism beyond the Spectrum: Inspiring True Stories from Parents Fighting to Rescue Their Children

“Cynthia Cournoyer has been telling the truth for years, eloquently, factually and brilliantly. She is one of my personal heros and her ability to just keep going and going despite the negativism is simply awesome.”

Lisa Joyce Goes
Co-author, The Thinking Mom’s Revolution: Autism beyond the Spectrum: Inspiring True Stories from Parents Fighting to Rescue Their Children

Louise Kuo Habakus, co-author Vaccine Epidemic

“We are so grateful to you for your important work.”

Louise Kuo Habakus
Co-author Vaccine Epidemic

Marcella Piper-Terry, Founder VaxTurth.org

“Your book is a goldmine. You have done fantastic work.”

Marcella Piper-Terry
Founder VaxTurth.org

Today’s Chiropractic

“This book is a priceless tool for every parent.”

Today’s Chiropractic

Anne Rachel, Media Editor, Age of Autism

“You brilliantly point out the bizarre mindset surrounding vaccines.”

“It’s an excellent account that explores the almost sacred status given to the vaccine schedule.”

Anne Rachel
Media Editor, Age of Autism