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May 29, 2016

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August 9, 2011
What a tremendous loss. Dr Healy was a pioneer in medicine, womens rights, and philanthropy. She is a huge inspiration for many.
I especially want to thank her for leading the charge for families living with autism and having science define answers. She will be missed.
Our thoughts and prayers are with her family.
August 9, 2011
Dr. Bernadine Healy's honesty and compassion meant a great deal to me. I am a mother of a child who regressed into autism after vaccination. Dr. Healy spoke with children's health and best interest in mind, and with her knowledge, experience, and creditials her words carry great influence. God Bless her for her life's work, but even more for her compassion for our special children and all humanity.
August 9, 2011
Thank you Dr Healy for your support on more research regarding vaccines and autism. You were a blessing to so many of us. I hope it provides some comfort to your family knowing how your message will continue to help so many.
August 9, 2011
One knew at Harvard Medical School in the late 1960s that she had the strength to make changes that count and the brains to make it happen. Later at Johns Hopkins these traits were recognized but I will remember that impish smile when she was right about something, forever.
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