Hidden cameras capture misinformation, fundraising tactics used by anti-vaxx movement - 2020-01-17

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F182.png Hidden cameras capture misinformation, fundraising tactics used by anti-vaxx movement January 17, 2020, Eric Szeto, CBC News

They came from across North America, paying $200 each to attend the ritzy event in Washington, D.C., hoping to snag selfies with some of the biggest names in the anti-vaccination movement.

For the anti-vaccination activists gathered in the U.S. capital last November, it was also a chance to strategize on ways to further their cause.

And they were more than willing to share those strategies with the undercover Marketplace journalists who attended the event, posing as activists trying to grow the movement in Canada.

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{{cite news | first = Eric | last = Szeto | author2 = Katie Pedersen; Asha Tomlinson | title = Hidden cameras capture misinformation, fundraising tactics used by anti-vaxx movement | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/marketplace-anti-vaccination-hidden-camera-washington-1.5429805 | work = CBC News | date = January 17, 2020 | accessdate = January 17, 2020 }}