Sunday, May 17, 2009

Autism linked to vaccines

Autism linked to vaccines    
Written by Neil Godbout   
Friday, 01 May 2009
The hype is on. There's a photo in the April 29 Citizen of a public health nurse (not wearing gloves) just finishing up a shot to a crying child. But there are grave problems.
Since mass vaccination of infants and children in the 1980s, reports of serious brain, cardiovascular, metabolic and other injuries started filling medical journals. The incredible number of children diagnosed with autism seems to directly correlate with the hepatitis B and hemophilius influenza Type B vaccines given to infants in the early 1990s.
These two vaccines are promoted by Health Canada, for two-month-olds, four-month-olds, etc., along with vaccines for diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus and polio. All six are rolled into one "multiple" vaccine. Further, infants are given two more vaccines: pneumococcal and meningococcal conjugate. That's three shots in one sitting: the six-in-one "muitiple" vaccine and the two conjugates. Altogether eight vaccines.
Now each vaccine may have as many as 18 ingredients. So do the math: 144 ingredients. Any doctor or health official would be lying if they said a "multiple" vaccine does not collectively consist of many high-toxic compounds: mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, etc.
It's well-documented that many doctors don't approve of "multiple" vaccines or inoculating an eight-week old. All vaccines are immune-suppressing, leaving the recipient vulnerable to many diseases. The infant's immune system, barely developed, needs time to settle down. Many doctors recommend giving just one vaccine at a time. Some claim the child should be two-years-old before any vaccination - then they be given one vaccination only every six months. (Source:
Delay in DPT immunization until two years of age in Japan resulted in a dramatic decline in adverse side effects, an 85% to 90% reduction in severe cases and death.
In the U.S., vaccine manufacturers have paid out nearly $2 billion in damages to parents whose children were harmed by one of the childhood jabs. In all, 2,000 families have received compensation payments.
Children who receive multiple vaccines are at risk of autism, attention deficit disorder or attention disorder hypersensitivity addiction). Estimates show in the U.S. at least two million children have these diseases. By 1995 well over 1.5 million children were taking Ritalin to treat these illnesses.
Dr. Meyer Eisenstein, medical director of Homefirst Health Services in Pennsylvania, founded the practice in 1973. He has treated 30,000 children over the years, most Amish. He claims the Amish have two things in common: they have never been vaccinated and they have never developed autism.
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