The problem has become so significant that at least 20 US states are proposing new laws to deal with it.
Now online sites are helping fight one of the biggest threats to global health, with Indiegogo playing the role The latest company has announced that it will no longer be possible to fundraise vaccines on its platform , according to BuzzFeed News
Fundraisers that have no scientific evidence or support.
This news release was released after two film producers recently raised over $ 80,000 on the site to create an anti-Vax documentary to prove that vaccines cause autism (a claim has revealed this
On its fundraising page states:
See the TRUTH from which government, doctors and big pharma never wanted you to know it.
A spokesperson for the site said Buzzfeed Buzzfeed News that the money for the documentary film entitled Vaxxed II: The People's Truth can be kept, but future projects seeking to raise money for similar reasons are prohibited.
Others Companies that have also banned immunization vaccines or are trying to limit the amount of misinformation are GoFundMe, Facebook, YouTube, and Amazon.
In The disease was eradicated in 2000, and although vaccination rates remained high, there were reports that parents refused to vaccinate their children largely on the Internet due to misguided information that vaccines are dangerous and cause damage.