A letter from our Executive Director — December 2017
Seven years ago when I published A Compromised Generation, and founded Epidemic Answers I knew in my heart that if we just let enough people know about the skyrocketing rates of chronic illnesses in children, we could end this epidemic. I thought:
“Surely, once people know what is happening, they will all rise up to protect our babies.”
And here we are at the end of 2017 and the rates of illness in our kids continue to climb.
Epidemic Answers needs your help so we can continue to educate and empower parents to protect their children. The epidemic of childhood conditions is–tragically–still on the rise, and your support is more critical than ever.
It costs just $100 per day for Epidemic Answers to keep you connected to the latest research, healing experts, and educational programming you have come to depend on.
- Give $100 to support 1 full day of top-notch educational programming
- Give $250 to support 2 full days and allow us to expand our programming
- Give $500 to support a full weeks worth of programming
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We have no time to lose.
Epidemic Answers is as committed as ever to putting an end to this epidemic.
Fund 1 full day of Epidemic Answers educational programming and help us teach parents how to bring their children back to vibrant health.
We’re doing everything we can to inspire change. To empower parents. To heal our babies. But we can’t do it on our own.
DONATE NOW and tell our kids “I won’t let you down.”
Thank you for your continued and generous support.
Executive Director, Epidemic Answers
About Beth Lambert
Beth Lambert is a former healthcare consultant and teacher. As a consultant, she worked with pharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostic and other health care companies to evaluate industry trends.
She is the author of A Compromised Generation: The Epidemic of Chronic Illness in America’s Children (Sentient Publications, 2010). She is also a co-author of Epidemic Answers’ Brain Under Attack: A Resource for Parents and Caregivers of Children with PANS, PANDAS, and Autoimmune Encephalitis.
In 2009, Beth founded Epidemic Answers and currently serves as Executive Director. Beth attended Oxford University and graduated from Williams College and holds a Masters Degree in American Studies from Fairfield University.