Monday, August 17, 2009

Autism and Vaccines: 2012

Do vaccines cause Autism? No one knows for sure but the people from the Autism Research Institute seem to think so. They are not calling for the total outright ban of vaccines rather they are suggesting that vaccines should not be given the “Sacred Cow” status and their use by the medical establishment needs to be re-evaluated.

The article below on Genetics, Autism and Priorities shows that proper nutrition and food supplementation through the use of vitamins has probably done more to prevent diseases and certain medical conditions than vaccines. It also suggests that the medical establishment has been too liberal with the use of vaccines and in many cases, less would be more than adequate.

The people at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) feel differently. They state that there is no evidence that MMR Vaccine (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) causes Autism and that proponents of the Autism Vaccine Link are simply providing misinformation and unnecessary fear to the public.

In any case one fact remains, the rate of Autism has increased. In the 1970’s one out of every 10,000 kids developed Autism where as today it is one out of every 150 children. How do we explain this dramatic increase? Also what about other diseases such as Gulf War Syndrome? Many are suggesting that the Anthrax Vaccine could be the cause. Something is going on. This is just another thing to ponder as we approach December 21, 2012.

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