Vaccination association with autism confirmed by industry watchdog

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) February 19, 2014
For nearly ten years, Brian Hooker has been requesting documents that are kept under tight wraps by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). His more than 100 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests have resulted in copious evidence that the vaccine preservative Thimerosal, which is still used in the flu shot that is administered to pregnant women and infants, can cause autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
Dr. Hooker, a PhD scientist, worked with two members of Congress to craft the letter to the CDC that recently resulted in his obtaining long-awaited data from the CDC, the significance of which is historic. According to Hooker, the data on over 400,000 infants born between 1991 and 1997, which was analyzed by CDC epidemiologist Thomas Verstraeten, MD, “proves unequivocally that in 2000, CDC officials were informed internally of the very high risk of autism, non-organic sleep disorder and speech disorder associated with Thimerosal exposure.”
When the results of the Verstraeten study were first reported outside the CDC in 2005, there was no evidence that anyone but Dr. Verstraeten within the CDC had known of the very high 7.6-fold elevated relative risk of autism from exposure to Thimerosal during infancy. But now, clear evidence exists. A newly-acquired abstract from 1999 titled, “Increased risk of developmental neurologic impairment after high exposure to Thimerosal containing vaccine in first month of life” required the approval of top CDC officials prior to its presentation at the Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) conference. Thimerosal, which is 50% mercury by weight, was used in most childhood vaccines and in the RhoGAM® shot for pregnant women prior to the early 2000s.

http://www.prweb.com/releases/ASOT/Thimerosal/prweb11598819.htm

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3 Responses to “Vaccination association with autism confirmed by industry watchdog”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The attacks on our chldrens health is not just confined to vaccins but they are being taught homosexual perversion in schools,
    if you complain they just say take your kids to another school
    my wife and i are now going to home school

  2. Anonymous says:

    From my own findings I certainly beleive that the MMR jab was a bioweapon targeted to disable a generation of boys, the viral effects being developed to attack the developmental system of males specific.

    My wife works in the learning difficulties field, and has much training and experience of Autistic Spectrum youngsters. She and her colleauges have noted that the massive jump in new cases coincided with the start of the MMR jab, within their circle they call them “The Children of Blair”.

    We knew a high earning professional couple who have a son affected. The wife is a legal specialist who is very proactive in fighting for the rights of her son and others in the same predicament, the father a psychologist who again is clear that this was no accident.

    They were threatened and the weight of Common Purpose type stonewalling put against them, so they left the country.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Breakthrough! NHS England has announced that Care.data – the plan to upload our medical records to a central database – is being postponed for 6 months. [1]

    On Monday, over 130,000 of us voted to opt out of Care.data because of concerns about our privacy and our data being used by private companies. [2] Within hours of the vote, NHS England staff rushed to the 38 Degrees office for an urgent meeting to “understand our concerns”. During the meeting, it was announced they would postpone their plans. [3]

    This climbdown is proof that people power can make a difference in the fight against NHS privatisation. It comes after a wave of pressure from 38 Degrees members, along with organisations like SumOfUs and medConfidential. [4]

    NHS England have said they’ll now try to ‘build public confidence in the system’. We can show them that there’s only one way to win us over: rule out private companies making money from our medical records, and protect our privacy.

    Thanks to this breakthrough, we’ve got six months to stop care.data from handing more of our NHS to private companies. Here are some of the things we can do together:
    Pay for expert lawyers to find out how our data could be used to help research without falling into the hands of private companies
    Organise a series of public meetings across the country with 38 Degrees members and NHS England so that they understand how we want them to fix the scheme
    Deliver leaflets to people across the UK explaining the problems with Care.data and how they can pressure NHS England to fix them

    Whatever we do together, it’s going to cost money. Would you be willing to chip into a ‘fighting fund’ now so that we can move fast and launch the next phase of the campaign? Whatever you can afford will help put the plans into motion.
    https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/care-data-fighting-fund

    It’s clear that our work had a big impact and helped force the delay in the Care.data plans. On Tuesday, at the meeting with NHS England, they agreed to meet 38 Degrees members during the six month pause.

    If NHS England are going to listen, we need to keep up the pressure and show we care. If we all chip in, we could invite them to public meetings across the country and tell them how we feel face-to-face.

    Please can you donate to fund things like expert legal advice, public meetings and much more?
    https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/care-data-fighting-fund

    It’s been a tough few weeks for 38 Degrees after the gagging law result. But in the last week alone we’ve raised over £200,000 together for victims of the floods, and we’ve helped to achieve this breakthrough in the campaign to protect the NHS. This shows how strong we can be, and that people power does still work! [5]

    Thanks for everything you do,
    Ian, James, Maddy, Blanche, Rebecca and the 38 Degrees team

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