Meryl Nass

Dr. Meryl Nass (via The Defender here), M.D., ABIM is an internist with special interests in vaccine-induced illnesses, chronic fatigue syndrome, Gulf War illness, fibromyalgia and toxicology. As a biological warfare epidemiologist, she investigated world's largest anthrax epizootic in Zimbabwe, and developed a model for analyzing epidemics to assess whether they are natural or man-made. An anthrax expert, Nass has reviewed government-sponsored anthrax research in the context of the Biological Weapons Convention, used anthrax as a model for discussion of how to prevent biological warfare, reviewed anthrax vaccines and their role in biological warfare prophylaxis and played a central role in educating service members, Congress and the public about anthrax and the science underlying anthrax vaccine use, as well as other methods of responding to the anthrax threat. She has played a major role in creation of a coalition that has fought the Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program. Nass is active in assisting legal teams defending anthrax vaccine refusers and ill service members in the U.S. and Canada.


Blogging and Journalism

Nass writes on a wide variety of vaccine topics at Anthrax Vaccine Blog.

Nass authors articles at The Defender on vaccine and public health related issues.

She also writes on Substack:

Vaccine Research and Advocacy

Nass takes stances against numerous vaccines based on data and information suggesting harms to human health.

COVID-19 Pandemic and Vaccines

Nass had her medical license immediately by the Maine Board of Licensure in January 2022 for making statements counter to those approved by public health officials and medical organizations.1)