Sunday, February 15, 2009

Autism ruling fails to convince many vaccine-link believers


A special court's Thursday ruling that no proven link exists between autism and certain early childhood vaccines seems to have done little to change the sometimes-passionate opinion fueling the debate.

Thousands of parents have sought compensation saying, early childhood vaccinations triggered their children's autism.


(When you can't trust the US Food and Drug Administration, how can you trust the US Health Department when their "Masters" decide that the dumb American people have not proven that vaccinations cause autism?)


1 comment:

intelliwench said...

What troubled me when intellikid was little was the current medical model to blast kids' systems with multiple vaccines at once; I guess this saves the medical industry money, but nobody seems to be looking to see if this practice takes a toll on kids' immune systems.