Dr Andrew Wakefield Saves Kids’ Lives.

See www.vaccinesafety.com for the details of his study.

American Courts found that the MMR vaccine could cause Autism.

He is against the MMR vaccine, but in favour of individual shots of the three vaccines.

The government took away the import licence for the individual vaccines, and only then did vaccination rates fall, and the increase of measles occurred.

He lost his job, his career, his country as a result of acting a responsible doctor.

48% of Americans believe that vaccines are causing autism.

Dr Wakefield has been made into a hate figure by the pharmaceutical companies for all the business they’ve lost.

1 in 38 American males is becoming autistic.

Thanks to Jim Corr for the link.  What a crazy interview for such an important matter.  You’d think they would have a two hour proper investigative programme, not a two minute slanging match, hiding the real news.

You would have no idea from the programme above as to what is prompting the attention coming onto Dr Wakefield – that an American Universiy is backing up his claims that the MMR vaccine is causing autism.

Daily Mail –

a team from the Wake Forest University School of Medicine in North Carolina are examining 275 children with regressive autism and bowel disease – and of the 82 tested so far, 70 prove positive for the measles virus.

Last night the team’s leader, Dr Stephen Walker, said: ‘Of the handful of results we have in so far, all are vaccine strain and none are wild measles.

‘This research proves that in the gastrointestinal tract of a number of children who have been diagnosed with regressive autism, there is evidence of measles virus.

‘What it means is that the study done earlier by Dr Wakefield and published in 1998 is correct.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-388051/Scientists-fear-MMR-link-autism.html#ixzz1BzqsWrhU

Vaccine companies have run of a programme of silencing doctors about their vaccinations causing autism.  See below video for details.  How long will it be before the University researchers that agree with Andrew Wakefield lose their jobs?  The pharmaceutical companies are desperate to keep the truth from coming out.  The One World Government permits them to do so.  They want the numbers on the planet reducing.  It’s the Depopulation Programme.

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4 Responses to “Dr Andrew Wakefield Saves Kids’ Lives.”

  1. Scottie says:

    You shouldn’t give the Daily Mail as a link for your crazy rants against MMR.

    The researchers responsible for prompting the DM’s story say here:

    http://www.wfubmc.edu/News-Releases/2006/Wake_Forest_Researcher_Warns_Against_Making_Connection_Between_Presence_of_Measles_Virus_and_Autism.htm

    “Walker says the new research does not support the connection, and he notes that the results have not even been published in a peer-reviewed journal. “Even if we showed association (between measles virus and bowel disease) and we published it in a peer-reviewed journal, the conclusion will be simply that there is measles virus in the gut of a large number of children who have regressive autism and bowel disease. End of story.

    “We haven’t done anything to demonstrate that the measles virus is causing autism or even causing bowel disease.”

  2. Tapestry says:

    The report is that the measles is vaccine type not wild. In other words 72 of 80 autistic kids tested had had the vaccine. That’s a high total.

    You will find intense denials all the way as this is pharmaceutical very profitable business worth billions. I am a simple soul and I draw my own conclusions from the simple evidence given. The critique doesn’t challenge the facts, only the conclusions, and the lack of peer review. You won’t find any peer review. Anyone who dares will immediately lose their job, and maybe their nationality – maybe even their life.

  3. Scottie says:

    You can’t draw any conclusions from that data set as you’ve no baseline.

    If you tested 80 non-autistic kids and all 80 of them have had the vaccine and you find the vaccine variant virus in all their intestines what does that tell you?

    You could draw the conclusion that lack of the virus increases the risk of autism; only 72 of autistic children were found with it.

    You could also measure the number of yellow tee-shirts worn by autistic children and depending on the numbers link it to or against the condition.

    MMR is not implemented in autism any more than teeshirt colour is.

  4. Tapestry says:

    The percentage of kids who have the vaccine is not 90%.

    If you found 80 non-autistic kids who had had the vaccine, you would have selected for the purpose of the result.

    You could test 80 non-autistic kids and discover that they had had the vaccine variety of measles from anti-bodies, and conclude that they had been vaccinated.

    If the kids were randomly selected somehow, you would get your baseline. I have not read the details of the report as you can see. But I would be certain that a lot fewer than 90% of the population have had the vaccine.

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