A Tale of Babies, Vaccines, and Deception
by Sarah Collins Honenberger
Based on a true story.
A mother's worst nightmare, Lacy Kellam's three month-old son Danny stops breathing one June morning in 1969. The doctors never tell her what caused his seizures or the permanent brain damage that follows.
For three and a half decades government-mandated vaccinations have sent thousands of infants into seizures and encephalitic shock, leaving many brain damaged and handicapped for life. Danny Kellam is one of those babies. Lacy, though, takes her grandmother's mountain wisdom to heart and never gives up seeking an answer.
Engaging and upbeat despite childhood poverty and abuse, Lacy manages with feisty determination and quick humor, to hold her own against the seasoned Justice Department lawyer. A tale of courage and perseverance, White Lies offers understanding and hope to the myriad families who live with vaccine-injured children.