Friday, May 12, 2017

Study: Vaccines don’t cause autism, pediatricians do

This study came out in July 2016 in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons. It corroborates so many parental stories. Will your pediatrician discuss it with you?

“Our study showed that infants who receive several vaccines concurrently, as recommended by CDC, are significantly more likely to be hospitalized or die when compared with infants who receive fewer vaccines simultaneously. It also showed that reported adverse effects were more likely to lead to hospitalization or death in younger infants.”

Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated: Who is sicker?
We’re assured vaccines are “safe and effective” even though public health officials acknowledge they sometimes have serious side-effects and despite the troubling fact that no long-term study of their effects on overall health has ever been conducted. Remarkably, not a single published study has ever compared vaccinated kids to unvaccinated kids to see who is healthier years after the shots. Until now.


Last night (4/20/2017) was only the 2nd time in 10 years Robert F. Kennedy Jr. was allowed to be a guest on a national television program to talk about vaccines.

Note: Kennedy has a rare condition called spasmodic dysphonia, a specific form of an involuntary movement disorder called dystonia that affects only the voice box.


  1. The Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute and the family that funds it (The Dwoskins) are known anti-vaxxers that fund and peddle junk science produced by their "friends" in the fringe medical community. 10 years ago even libertarian "journalist" Jon Stossel could sniff out the problematic nature of their claims. (see: Please stop posting this poorly executed and dangerous "science".

  2. chuck gregory5/6/17, 7:51 PM

    Where's the study on which the poster is based?

  3. From NPR radio: Since 1988, the US government has paid $3.2 billion to 4,150 individuals and families for injuries and deaths attributed to shots for flu, diphtheria, whooping cough, and other conditions. Though vaccines “remain one of the greatest success stories in public health,” Tracy Seipel reported, “for some Americans, rare side effects of inoculations have led to hardship, serious injury, and even death.” Read more:

  4. Even the study's author admits, "... the design of the study means that the results cannot be used to prove causality [between vaccinations and disorders]."

  5. Dr. Julie Gerberding, M.D., M.P.H., the current president of Merck’s Vaccines Division, said in 2008 that children with a predisposition to mitochondrial dysfunction can develop autism following vaccination:

    “Now, we all know that vaccines can occasionally cause fevers in kids. So if a child was immunized, got a fever, had other complications from the vaccines. And if you’re predisposed with the mitochondrial disorder, it can certainly set off some damage. Some of the symptoms can be symptoms that have characteristics of autism.”

    Back then, mitochondrial disorders were considered rare. At most, occurring in as many as 1 in 4,000 people. But more recent research suggests they are more prevalent than previously thought. The rate of people who carry mutated genes that might result in a mitochondrial disorder might reach as high as 1 in 200.

  6. While it is true that few children who get fevers after a vaccination can have this as a triggering event in the presence of certain mitochondrial disorders, any fever from any cause has the same risk. The risk is from fever of any cause.

  7. chuck gregory5/9/17, 11:01 AM

    Most people are unaware of the need to balance the risks of negative effects from vaccinations against the risks of negative effects from disease. I took the trouble once to research them and found that there were some 1,200 factors. For example, let us say the risk of a child developing soreness from a measles vaccination is 90:100, while his risk of developing neural damage sufficient to cause lifetime spasticity from measles is 1:10,000 (I have no idea if this is the case; just using an example). So, a parent can then decide the question, "Do I want to save my child from brain damage at the likely risk of some soreness, or do I want to save him from soreness at the unlikely risk of brain damage?"

    With every different type of vaccination, there are some different risks, but most of them share a few, soreness, some aching, etc. The diseases, however, have a much wider range, from mild soreness to death (my own personal favorite is anal prolapse; try get a parent to choose that risk over mild fever!).

    So, anybody who wants to weigh the risks of vaccines needs to know some 1,200 ratios. Knowing them, a parent can say he/she made the best decision possible.

    1. Imagine how many fewer adverse reactions to vaccines would occur if physicians had to determine and record vitamin C levels in children before injecting vaccines, as is now routine in Australia. Think about why Congress made the vaccine industry immune from civil suits. Ask your family pediatrician what he/she knows about vaccine reactions in Australia. Probably nothing, because many physicians do not read medical literature, on the premise that what they don't know isn't worth knowing. And who suffers? Not the MD, not the vaccine manufacturer, just the helpless child and his caregivers.

  8. Here is the smoking gun.

    "Remarkably, not a single published study has ever compared vaccinated kids to unvaccinated kids to see who is healthier years after the shots. Until now."

    How can this be? How can the CDC have failed to conduct this OBVIOUS and OBVIOUSLY NEEDED study?

    Here is why.

    Despite all their study conclusion altering expertise even the CDC cannot make "vaccination' look good given the VAST DAMAGE it is doing.

    Please review the copious evidence on the Medical generation of Autism and help STOP "vaccination" grievously harming our Children.


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