Healthcare’s smoking gun, recent study shows link between vaccination and childhood autism.
Years ago, we occasionally heard of children being autistic, or perhaps being on the spectrum with Pervasive Development Disorder. In today’s society, it seems much more common, yet, we are told there is little correlation between autism and vaccination. Most people do not know that there is a separate court for damages due to vaccination and if people are awarded damages, they are unable to share this information as a condition of settlement; so much for transparency.
Having a child with Autism, or a child on the spectrum is difficult for the family, the parents and their lives. I know this from personal experience raising a child who has Aspergers syndrome. Knowing it is preventable or avoidable is a much larger ethical issue, especially since we are told that we must vaccinate for the greater good, and in states like NJ, where many of us live, it was legislated (I wonder who sponsored the legislation; big pharma?) that in order for your children to be in daycare, they must be vaccinated.
Vaccinations years ago meant that you had a couple of childhood shots and you were for the most part done. Now, your children have many shots, and as we currently have seen, there are quite a few children with Asthma, peanut allergies and other possible ramifications of these policies. The public needs to be better informed and is it really good public policy to force the public to have an intervention such as vaccinations, so many times that it is bad for ones health rather than good?
Check out out their conclusions:
Evidence presented in this paper suggests a possible link between susceptible children receiving a battery of vaccinations and developing autism or speech disorders. Although Hg has been removed from many childhood vaccines, other ingredients could link vaccines to autism. Aluminum, which is found in at least 20 U.S. childhood vaccines (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2010), is not only a neurotoxin, but also an immunosuppressant that may allow measles-containing vaccines to create cytokines that damage the brain.
Enhanced exposure to aluminum via vaccines may be associated with an increase in the prevalence of neurological disorders such as Downloaded By autism, especially if an aluminum-containing
vaccine is administered along with a measlescontaining vaccine. Reducing thimerosal and observing an increase in autism exonerates neither thimerosal nor vaccines from being potential links to autism. Further research into therelationship between vaccines and autism is warranted.
Read the entire paper with references here