MMR Vaccine and Autism
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The link between the MMR vaccine and autism is evidence that big business and money is more important then the lives of our children.

You can find numerous articles and studies that disclaim the MMR-autism connection.

Whether these so called disclaimers were by accident or design, current evidence presented in numerous court cases provided seven-figure judgments based on uncontroverted findings or admissions by the defendant vaccine manufacturers. I would assert that the numerous allegedly scientific researchers simply got it wrong.

The byproduct of this could be that trusting these articles and flawed investigations and their subsequent papers will continue to place our children at greater risk while the drug and vaccine manufacturers reap billions each year.

What if I told you that big money is looking at autism as an investment opportunity?
What if the leading autism nonprofit and Google teamed up in 2014 to link private investors like venture capital, private equity, and even hedge funds to inject innovative autism-related business development?

Autism affects more than those affected by diabetes, AIDS, cancer, cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy, and Down syndrome combined. If venture capital has an interest in this group, they smell a lot of money in providing future services and handicapped government assisted financial employment.

The measles-mumps-rubella vaccine (MMR) was introduced in 1971 and shortly after the first vaccination cases of autism began to become more prominent. Evidence suggested that by 1989 there was a link between the MMR vaccine and autism. Dr. Andrew Wakefield, who first proposed the link between stomach disorders and autism, and more specifically the MMR vaccine and autism, argued against the establishment who overwhelmingly prepared reports disagreeing with Dr. Wakefield’s position. These vaccines have now been provided to 500 million children all over the world, and each country is now, like the U.S., dealing with the consequences of an autism epidemic.

In the United States, the second version of the vaccine was introduced in 1989. It is widely used around the world. It is now given in over 60 countries. The vaccine is sold by Merck as M-M-R II, GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals as Priorix, Serum Institute of India as Tresivac, and Sanofi Pasteur as Trimovax.

This MMR vaccination (which has now been proven to cause autism) is currently required in most states for all children prior to entering school.

Some court rulings have determined, without question that the MMR vaccine can cause injury injury to the brain leading to the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Cases defining the MMR link and autism have not only established the autism-MMR connection in the United States Courts but also in Italy. The Italian cases follow similar successful petitions as the U.S. Courts.

In the cases of Ryan Mojabi, Hannah Poling, Bailey Banks, Misty Hyatt, Kienan Freeman, Valentino Bocca, and Julia Grimes, the government conceded or the court ruled that vaccines had caused brain injury. In turn, this injury led to an ASD diagnosis. The MMR vaccine was the common denominator in these cases.

By 2013 the incidence of autism had reached a risk level of one in 25 for children born within the past two years. It is probably even higher today in 2015. Meanwhile governments, absent any explanation and fearing loss of public trust, continue to deny the connection between vaccines and autism despite the concessions in numerous court decisions both in the U.S. and abroad.

The scientific evidence is sufficient enough to prove that the vaccination required in most states for children to enter school could cause autism.

Once rare in the United States, autism—which affects individuals of all races, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds—has reached epidemic proportions. The increase cannot be attributed to changes in diagnostic criteria, which have actually become more restrictive.

Autism has already placed a heavy burden on educational facilities, and the increasing number of patients afflicted with this serious disability will have an enormous effect on the economy as these children reach adulthood—ergo an investment opportunity in this $262 billion-dollar industry “annually,” for autism services. Autism has increased between 6 to 15 percent each year between the years of 2002 and 2010.

Starting in 1991, the number of children aged six to 21 with autism in U.S. schools rose steadily from 5,415 in 1991-1992 to 118,602 in the 2001-2002 school years. Today, more then 3.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder.

A 1998 study published in The Lancet suggests that the MMR vaccine causes autism. The medical and scientific establishment was quick to debunk the findings.

In 2000, vaccine manufacturers remove thimerosal (a mercury-based preservative) from all routinely given childhood vaccines due to public fears about its role in Autism. Again, the vaccine-autism link was debunked by the medical and scientific establishment.

The prevalence of autism in the U.S. is increasing annually. From 1992 to 1994, it was one in 150 children that were autistic. By 1996, it had increased to one in 125 children. By 1998, it had increased to one in 110 children. By 2000, it had increased to one in 88 children, and by 2002 the rate of autism has increased to one in 68 children. And more alarming are the recent trends in 2013: the ratio was one in 25 children.

If these figures and rates don’t scare you, what will?

The ratio is still expanding. Aside from the obvious, there is another concern: these developmentally-disabled individuals are part of the voting block that elects our public officials. They and the other mentally impaired determine who governs us.

Aside from the obvious, autism is on the rise. It is tied to something, and now we know what that something is: the MMR vaccine causes autism. It’s established by evidence from actual court cases.

One family was awarded $1.5 million dollars in an MMR-autism case. Another case established the correlation between autism and the MMR vaccination. This appears to be why autism is a growing faculty in our population. By 2015, the autism ratio could already be one in 15 children.

It is imperative that society and especially our medical and scientific establishment and the FDA stop denying what evidence has already established and stop placing the lives of our children at risk. A proven relationship between autism and this dangerous vaccine validly exists.

This is even more evidence that government is not capable of looking out for the interests of our children; only we the parents are. Do not make the mistake of leaving your child’s medical decisions in the hands of perceived experts.

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