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Overall, we rate VacTruth.com a Quackerly level Pseudoscience website based on the promotion of debunked anti-vaxx propaganda.
Factual Reporting: LOW Country: Unknown
Founded in 2009, VacTruth.com is an anti-vaxx website that promotes the debunked dangers of vaccines. Like most non-credible sources, they do not list ownership, nor disclose a mission on their about page. They do list authors, some with biographies, but none with expertise relating to medicine and vaccinations.
Funded by / Ownership
VacTruth.com does not disclose ownership and is funded through donations.