The fundamental strength of the internet is its power to distribute knowledge at low cost to a global audience – the simple hyperlink.
Anyone researching the SV40 virus will soon come across the SV40 Cancer Foundation website, established by Raphaele and Michael Horwin in memory of their son, Alexander, who passed away in 1999 from an SV40 positive cancer at the age of two.
Although not updated since its launch in 2006, the website has acquired an authoritative online presence, thanks to its fulsome and well-written text and clear presentation.
Everyone with a concern about vaccination should at least be familiar with this subject – but it's not an easy one. The necessary complicated scientific information is presented straight, and extremely well-referenced with many links to external publications.
The simple html/css construction allows the site to be hosted at low cost with minimum server demands and zero maintenance required.