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Friday, 7 March 2008

Vaccine link to autism

Well, it has happened.
Officials from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services have settled a lawsuit, agreeing that vaccines administered to a 9-year old girl from Georgia “ultimately led to symptoms of autism spectrum disorder.”

Not caused--contributed. As in, consumption of five bottles of whisky "ultimately led to symptoms of alcoholism." The guy was already an alcoholic, but boy did that whiskey ever bring out the symptoms.

The poor child got five vaccines in a single day as a 19-month old--to "catch her up" to the prescribed regimen of vaccination.

Do vaccines cause autism? Apparently not directly--and especially not in single doses. But they are frequently given in massive doses to children who are not yet old enough to manifest autism symptoms. Thus damaging autism-prone children is not avoidable under the present regime.

Routine vaccination of infants simply isn't solving any more problems than it creates.

Thank God for a country that lets me opt out of this nonsense!

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