Jan 17, 2017 by



Over the past 2 decades, the incidence of autism in children has catapulted from 1 in 10,000 to 1 in 68, ONE in SIXTY EIGHT! … and so called “science” isn’t even close to determining cause.

Trace Amounts is the true story of the mercury poisoning of Eric Gladen – and his painful journey.

We will follow his quest for the scientific truth about the role of mercury poisoning in the current Autism Epidemic.

Time and time again, we have suffered the debilitating neurological and physical damage that mercury can cause.

Then why and how did it end up in our childhood vaccines?

Click here to enjoy tonight’s Worldwide Free Premiere of TRACE AMOUNTS.


The second part of our shocking interview with Brian Hooker. – This one is head shaking.

He continues telling of his encounters with Dr. Thompson. Thompson’s study showed a significant statistical correlation between thimerosal/mercury in vaccines and tics in boys. And a chief CDC official came down on Thompson and said “you will not publish this result…”

“The CDC site states that thimerosal is safe and exposure has no risk. Nothing could be further from the truth”


Dr. Patrick Gentempo

P. S. More about the Trace Amounts filmmaker: Eric Gladen:


The more I researched, the more I couldn’t believe my eyes, and the more I knew there was no way I could just sit back and not do anything about this.

I quit my career, moved into an RV, hired a production crew, and hit the road for years attending Autism conferences, filming Autism rallies, performing experiments with Scientists, interviewing everyone and anyone who would talk to us, and so much more.

When the tour was over, I spent the next two years sifting through almost 300 hours of video footage, thousands of leaked documents, closed door meeting transcripts, and countless scientific studies.

It then took me another 3 years working with my post-production team to piece everything together into what has become the feature documentary film Trace Amounts.

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