New Studies Show Link Between Vaccines and Autism

New Studies Show Link Between Vaccines and Autism

There are two new vaccine and mercury studies published in Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis . In the first study, two sets of macaque infant monkeys were used. One was injected with the same vaccine schedule used for children from 1994 – 1999. The results “Volumetric analyses showed that exposed animals did not undergo the maturational changes over time in amygdala volume that was observed in unexposed animals.” In other words, the vaccines had an adverse affect on the development on the infant monkeys.

The second paper published in Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis states that “positions that deny a link to environmental toxins and autism are based on relatively weak science and are disregarding the bulk of scientific literature.” It goes on to say that “Pharmaceutical companies have been known to offer significant monetary support to the research-related endeavors of scientists whose research findings do not support a link between vaccination and autism or which might have had relevance for evaluation of their products (vaccines).”

The second paper goes on to say that there is evidence that the metals that are used in vaccines could cause autism. It also states that more, unbiased, research needs to be conducted. It states at the end “it could not be more true in the case of autism and neurotoxins: more research is needed.”

Finally, we have actual science research being done that can benefit child and could lead to lowing the number of children diagnosed with autism.  The question now is, how will the CDC respond?

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