Sunday, September 01, 2013

Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccine Finally Linked To Autism In Multiple Court Cases

Measles Mumps Rubella Vaccine Finally Linked To Autism In Multiple Court CasesBy Christina Sarich

Natural Society
Thanks to the tireless work of the ever-so controversial Dr. Andrew Wakefield who first proposed that there was a link between stomach disorders and autism, and more specifically the measles-mumps-rubella vaccination (MMR vaccine) and autism, a court has finally admitted that the scientific evidence is sufficient enough to prove that a vaccination which is required in most states for children to enter school could cause autism.
Autism is marked by three pronounced challenges for children, including delays in social development, language development and behavior. Autism can be extreme or mild, but Wakefield’s evidence – a body of work he has been working on since before 2006 – shows that the number of cases has been increasing ever since the vaccine was administered to infants with more frequency. Many people even noticed symptoms of the vaccine shortly after it was administered to their child, when prior to being given MMR, their child showed no signs of autism.
Finally courts, pharmaceutical companies, and the US government are being held to the fire – paying out millions in settlement fees to parents of children with autism. Perhaps the sheer numbers of children developing this disorder were too hard to deny – even after doctors like Wakefield were clearly showing evidence that these vaccines were harmful.

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