For over a decade, the Dwoskin Family Foundation has funded efforts focused on finding the root causes of immune, inflammatory and cognitive disorders in children and older adults. This mission is based on the acknowledged significant increases of previously-rare autoimmune and inflammatory diseases that have become prevalent since the 1980’s. These diseases include a wide range of conditions varying from asthma to autism and age related neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
With two children of their own, Albert and Claire Dwoskin– founders of the foundation – have always been conscious about the health of their children and that of current and future generations. The Dwoskins understand the impact that serious chronic health conditions can have on a family’s ability to enjoy life, achieve financial security, and fulfill hopes and dreams. To make people aware of the reality of today’s epidemic of chronic diseases, the Dwoskins have initiated an effort to fund scientists and equipment required to discover instigators and potential solutions. Their philanthropic commitment to the foundation enables 100% of all funds donated by the public to be applied to research.
In addition to promoting awareness of the epidemic of chronic diseases, the foundation aims to fund research that will prevent these conditions from occurring. CMSRI’s research strategy is focused on causation as the key to prevention, treatment and cure. The foundation aims to apply methodologically sound research through true inert placebo-controlled studies, data mining, bench science and other valid approaches to discover causes and solutions. Research funded by the Dwoskin Family Foundation and now CMSRI was featured in The Age of Aluminum – a visionary film about the serious and widespread health impacts of aluminum exposure and the leading scientists who are dedicated to these important matters of health and safety.
Foundation-funded research also places heavy emphasis on determining whether vaccines and their ingredients are safe, necessary and linked to certain diseases.
The Dwoskin Family Foundation and CMSRI
As a private foundation, the Dwoskin Family Foundation was limited to how it could raise and use donated funds. Laws governing tax-exempt organizations made it difficult to dedicate 100% of all donations to philanthropic causes. In many situations, especially when dealing with international research organizations, donations were heavily taxed. This lessened the amount of foundation-funded research and prolonged the arrival of important evidence and potential solutions.
Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute (CMSRI) was created to further the goals of the Dwoskin Family Foundation and fill a critically important unmet public need. Now, as a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, donations made to CMSRI are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law and 100% of donations fund new research.
The Dwoskin Family Foundation’s Mission
The mission of the foundation has been carried over to CMSRI.
According to the CMSRI website, the foundation’s mission is to:
- Provide scientific research to address gaps in the knowledge about the biological and genetic risk factors for vaccine induced brain and immune dysfunction, including lack of adequate safety data, particularly for delayed or chronic health outcomes
- Evaluate the biological and genetic reactivity of vaccine additives such as aluminum adjuvants (immune stimulating agents), mercury preservatives and other toxic ingredients
- Research the effects of multiple vaccine exposures and their potential impact on development of chronic illness, disability, cancer, fertility and neurodegenerative disease
- Evaluate bias in reporting of vaccine risks and benefits
- Research and quantify incidence of novel vaccine-associated autoimmune diseases
- To provide information to government agencies responsible for developing national vaccine policies, the media, and the public to address real and perceived vaccine safety concerns
CMSRI firmly believes it is possible to expeditiously discover the significant causal factors in the onset of Alzheimer’s disease, autism, autoimmune diseases and other serious chronic health conditions and in the importance of prevention as a strategy to address these critical obstacles to optimum health.
If you support this mission, make CMSRI-funded research possible today.