Monday, December 18, 2017

Hepatitis B Vaccine Triples Risk of Autism in Infant Boys

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In the well-respected Journals of Epidemiology Carolyn Gallagher and Melody Goodman of the Graduate Program in Public Health at Stony Brook University Medical Center, NY, wrote that, “Boys who received the hepatitis B vaccine during the first month of life had 2.94 greater odds for ASD [Autistic Spectrum Disorders]  compared to later- or unvaccinated boys.” […]

Jaundice in Newborns Linked to Autism

Recently a large study out of Denmark discovered an association between hyperbilirubinemia (jaundice) and children diagnosed with psychological development disorders such as Autism. The lead author, Dr. Rikke Maimburg noticed a large portion of children diagnosed with psychological developmental problems were twice as likely to have been admitted to a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) […]

The 2013 Influenza Epidemic – a Hoax?

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention this year’s Influenza season has reached “epidemic” proportions. Areas in the northeast are calling this the worst outbreak in 10 years with hospitals overwhelmed and understaffed. Boston has even declared a state of emergency due to the outbreaks. Mass vaccination “parties” have occurred all over the […]

Fever Plus Mitochondrial Disease Could Be Risk Factor for Autistic Regression

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Children diagnosed on the Autistic Spectrum present with a wide variety of genetic and environmental issues. Subgroups of these individuals have mitochondrial dysfunction. Very recent research was done to examine mitochondrial dysfunction and its association with autistic regression following a fever. In this research the investigators identified 28 patients who met diagnostic criteria for autistic spectrum disorders and mitochondrial disease. Autistic regression occurred in 60.7% (17 of 28), a statistically significant increase over the general autistic spectrum disorder population. Of the 17 individuals with autistic regression, 70.6% (12 of 17) regressed with fever and 29.4% (5 of 17) regressed without identifiable linkage to fever or vaccinations.

These researchers also noted that none of the subjects showed regression with vaccination unless a febrile response was present. The researchers concluded that although the study is small, a subgroup of patients with mitochondrial disease may be at risk of autistic regression with fever. In addition, although recommended vaccinations schedules are appropriate in mitochondrial dysfunction, fever management appears important for decreasing regression risk.

Landmark Study Gives More Evidence to the Mercury Autism Connection

A new study, “Biomarkers of Environmental Toxicity and Susceptibility in Autism” in the peer-reviewed Journal of the Neurological Sciences, confirms a causal link between sub acute mercury poisoning in children and their autism spectrum disorder (ASD) diagnosis. The autism community reported that this study presents, “…some compelling evidence…consistent with the author’s theory that mercury exposure plays a role in autism.” This paper presents the first prospective, blinded cohort study to examine children diagnosed with an ASD using: urinary porphyrin profile analysis (UPPA) to assess the body-burden and physiological effects of their mercury, glutathione analysis to assess susceptibility to mercury poisoning, and Childhood Autism Rating Scale (CARS) scores to measure ASD severity.

These evaluations established:

1. Non-chelated patients diagnosed with an ASD had UPPA profiles indicative of mercury poisoning that strongly correlated with ASD severity, measured using CARS scores.
2. Glutathione (a key biochemical in the body’s mercury detoxification pathway) was significantly lower in patients diagnosed with an ASD in comparison with its level in neurotypical controls.
3. Increasing mercury-poisoning severity, as indicated by the UPPA results, was associated with lower glutathione levels among the patients diagnosed with an ASD.

Based upon these findings, the researchers concluded,

Medscape Shows True Colors by Declining to Publish Negative Vaccine Data

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This last month I ran full force into the power of vaccine companies and their “strangle” hold upon the information disseminated about their products. Medscape, one of the largest online medical resources, is a great tool that keeps me informed about the most recent medical topics and articles to hit the media stream. It was their “manipulation” of published information that showed me the true ideological stance of many main stream medical establishments; “we aren’t looking for truth unless it fits into our frame of mind.” What follows is a daily log of the events that took place.

On August 4th I received an email from Medscape Review giving me the “Top 10 Most Read Articles By Pediatricians.” Number ten was the article titled “HPV Vaccine Adverse Events Worrisome Says Key Investigator.” I saved the email as every Thursday (the 4th was Monday) I review and print the articles I wish to read.

On August 5th I also received an email from Medscape Pediatrics with again the article titled “HPV Vaccine Adverse Events Worrisome Says Key Investigator.” I saved both emails for review on Thursday.

Thursday came (the 7th of August) and I

Parents Blamed for Measles Outbreaks Due to Fear of Autism

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states that from January to July of this year 131 cases of Measles were reported from 15 states. This is the highest number of Measles in the Unites States since 1996 and public health officials are blaming the growing number of parents who refuse to vaccinate their children due to the association of Measles with Autism.

ANOTHER Study Links Thimerosal Exposure to Increasing Risk of Autism

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Another recent study, this time published in Neurendocrinology Letters, has given more fuel to the movement that the vaccine preservative Thimerosal contributed to the rising incidence of autism.

CDC Data Points To Vaccine-Autism Link

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A newly published study in the Journal of the Neurological Sciences, the official journal of the World Federation of Neurology, links mercury from the Thimerosal in vaccines with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.

Former NIH Director Says Research Vaccine-Autism Link; CBS News Exclusive

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Jordan King was a typical baby. His parents called him vocal and vivacious. Then just before age 2, after a large battery of vaccinations, he simply withdrew from the world.

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