CDC Knew MMR Vaccines Cause Autism – Study Published in 2004 Had Intentionally Omitted Conclusive Data!

This story about MMR vaccines being a leading cause of autism has been plagued with an ugly confusion. I like Jon Rappoport’s (linked below) assessment that the crux of it is due to this grand assumption that biological psychiatry has any basis in proven science. The fact that every diagnosis made is an evaluation of various combinations of external symptoms is often lost. (Read Robert Whitaker’s “Anatomy of an Epidemic” for a complete treatise on this subject)

The testing that is used to determine whether someone has the disease or not is vitally important to consider. If a child exhibits “tics” for example this is just one of many traits which may “indicate” autism spectrum disorder.

I think if it was ever actually identified what cocophony of chemical and toxin matrix was common to all children diagnosed with autism it may be such a blow to pharma to be the one domino that set the house on fire.

Should we write off this CDC Whistleblower William Thompson PhD who participated and signed his name to a study in 2004 which he now comes close to referring as fraudulent?

CDC Knew MMR Vaccines Cause Autism – Study Published in 2004 Had Intentionally Omitted Conclusive Data!

“it’s the lowest point in my career, that I went along with that paper.” — CDC Whistleblower William Thompson, PhD (Truthstream Media) Shocking revelations …”

 

Above is an interview with investigative reporter Jon Rappoport whose conclusions are quite succinct on this subject. It’s a long interview but I think you’ll find it worth your time to listen to it since you read this far down this article!

I first ran across Rappoport’s work from his first book called “Aids Inc.” which gives a detailed view of the extent of media manipulation and skewing of public opinion on medical subjects.

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