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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

CDC Should Admit Coverup of Vaccine-Autism Link: Top Doctor

Last summer, Dr. William Thompson, a senior epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control, admitted that he had helped the CDC hide data from a study which linked the MMR vaccine to autism. Holistic doctor David Brownstein tells Newsmax Health the CDC is still not owning up to Dr. Thompson's charges that they found data that links the vaccine to a spike in autism. "The CDC is still not coming clean," Dr. Brownstein says. "They want to keep it quiet, but it's time the cover-up ended."

Some experts believe that the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine (MMR) caused an increase in autism, but the idea has been roundly discredited by government officials.

Officially, the 2004 CDC study Dr. Thompson helped conduct found no link between the MMR vaccine and autism. In addition, the study, which was published in the journal Pediatrics, stated that no particular racial group was more at risk than others.

But Dr. Thompson said the actual data painted quite a different picture. He confessed that he and other CDC scientists intentionally omitted African-American children from the study, and changed data in order to show no link between vaccines and autism.

In fact, the original data found that giving a child the vaccine before the age of 36 months increased the risk of autism by 69 percent, and giving it to an African-American child increased the risk of autism by 240 percent!



Anonymous said...

all you have to do is look at the Amish, do they use vaccines??? NO, HELL NO they don't... To they have autism in their families???? NO, HELL NO they don't.... hmmm interesting...

Oh wait all their stuff is organically grown and do they get fat, and slow and stupid like the rest of america? NO they sure don't... Do they get cancer from eating organic food? NO they sure don't...

Geee I wonder what could be the factor here....

Anonymous said...

You know I understand every parent has a choice to vaccinate their children or not. If this is what you truly believe, that is fine. But if you do not vaccinate your child, they should not be allowed to attend public school. I am sure you will get the inevitable, "Well if the vaccines work, why do you worry about your child catching a disease from an unvaccinated child?" Vaccines are not 100% effective in every case. They are meant to boost the immune system, not completely make it impenetrable. If vaccines do not work, why have we safely contained countless viruses that would kill people 50+ years ago???? I would tend to think Autism would grow with the population size. The more people on this Earth, the more people who are likely to be born with Autism.

Anonymous said...

Okay, 439, let's look at percentages.

I think 4:35 has the operative point here, but nice try.

Paladin said...

Dear Readers,

While it is certainly understood that ASD disorders are on the rise, and we are all quite concerned about what causes this developmental disorder, it is important to note that worldwide data supports that about 1% of the total world population incurs this disorder. conspiracy theories certainly abound, and in some case can be certainly substantiated by the illicit and carcinogenic effects of the opportunity to financially gain, the fact still remains that definitive proof over the MMR vaccine and big Pharma's influence still don't explain everything. For more data driven review, I submit the following:



Anonymous said...

The only reason they are on the rise is because the medical community keeps lowering the standard for which someone is claimed to autistic.
The "researcher" that originally claimed the relationship between vaccines and autism has been totally debunked and has admitted he falsified his research.
Seems this lie will never die.

Anonymous said...

Did you read the article, 4:39?
This doctor saw the coverup with his own eyes.
No conspiracy. Factual evidence.. buried.