Two significant events - the defeat of the American government in another "vaccine" trial and the emergence of new scientific evidence - confirmed that the doctor, scientist and director of the Autism Media Channel [AMC] Andrew Wakefield, as well as parents of children with autism were absolutely right, writes the Defense League. civil rights.
According to the published court ruling, hundreds of thousands of dollars will be paid to Ryan Mojabi, who, according to his parents, suffered from "serious brain damage" from MMR vaccinations (mumps, measles, rubella). Ryan was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Later that month, the American government suffered another major setback when a court ordered young Emily Moller of Houston to be compensated for an MMR vaccine-related brain damage that led to autism.
These two cases follow other similar decisions by the Italian and American courts (Hannah Pauling, Bailey Banks, Misty Hjatt, Kienan Freeman, Valentino Bocca, and Julia Grimes) in which the government lost. The courts ruled that the vaccines did indeed cause brain damage in these children. This, in turn, caused autism. The MMR vaccine was the link in all cases.
Meanwhile, a group of scientists and doctors from Venezuela and the Wake Forest University in New York released data that not only confirm the presence of chronic inflammatory bowel disease in children with autism, but also indicate that this pathology did not exist before. Using sophisticated laboratory techniques, Dr. Steve Walker and colleagues corroborated Wakefield's findings by demonstrating molecular changes in intestinal tissue that were pronounced and no doubt abnormal.
More than 10 years ago, Dr. Wakefield discovered and published data on chronic inflammatory bowel disease in children with autism. Based on medical histories of sick children, he linked this pathology, as well as autism itself, with the vaccine against mumps, measles and rubella.
Since then, he has come under harsh attacks from the media, government, doctors and the pharmaceutical industry. Due to the notoriously false and highly defamatory allegations of scientific fraud from the British journalist Brian Deere and the British Medical Journal, Dr. Wakefield is still in a state of litigation against them.
While new research from around the world confirms Wakefield's findings about chronic bowel disease in autistic children and his view that research into the safety of the MMR vaccine is flawed, the doctor's career has been ruined by false accusations. Despite this, he continues to work diligently to help cope with the autism disaster.
The incidence of autism in developed countries has skyrocketed, with approximately 1 in 25 children today suffering from it. In the meantime, governments, which have no explanation for this phenomenon and who are afraid of losing public confidence, continue to deny the vaccine's connection with autism, despite repeated court decisions.
Here is what Dr. Wakefield said while at his home in Austin, Texas:
“There is very little doubt that vaccines can and do cause autism. In these cases, the link between the MMR vaccine adverse reaction, which eventually led to brain damage and autism, is very convincing. Now the question is how many more children should be affected. The parents were right all this time. It's time for governments to stop ranting, children continue to be mutilated.”
Dr. Andrew Wakefield is the founder of the Strategic Autism Initiative (SAI), a non-profit autism research organization, and the director of the Autism Media Channel.
Another example of the established link between the MMR vaccine and autism is the March 15, 2012 ruling in the Italian city of Rimini. The court confirmed that the MMR vaccine (measles, mumps, rubella) caused autism in the child, obliging the Ministry of Health to pay compensation to this child's family for 15 years, as well as reimburse them for legal costs. The text of the judgment can be found here.