After bringing their newly adopted son home from overseas, this couple realized that boys can be a bit wilder than girls. They also discovered that boys are four times as likely to develop autism. His memory jogged, this father revisits the medical study in which their oldest daughter participated: the study on Thimerosal (a mercury-based vaccine preservative).
During this process, the story breaks on the CDC whistleblower who confesses to the national cover-up on childhood injuries: a seminal event, on which the mainstream media remains silent. What begins as a lighthearted rumination on parenthood ends as a discovery of scandal and a nation in denial.