For more than 20 years the government denies the link between the vaccines and autism in children
Vaccines were administrated to monkeys which developed all the symptoms of autism
Autism is not a disease. This is a condition due to improper brain development. One in every 150 children develop autism in the U.S., the condition is four times more common in boys than in girls. During the last decade there is evidence of big increase in the number of children with autism disorders. Some scientist even started talking about autistic epidemic.
Ten years ago in the medical journal Lancet was published an article which talking about a possible link between combined vaccine and the increasing cases of children with autism.
For more than 20 years the government denies the link between the vaccines and autism in children. But many parents are reporting that before the administration of one or more vaccines, their children were healthy with normal development for their age.
Finally, a more recent study relished the cat out of the closet. If the vaccines have no role in developing autism then why, when they were administrated to monkeys they caused autism? This is the question that still stands open. After all, our brains are not that different than primates. The inconvenient study was conducted by scientist at the University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, report from Health News.
The study was conducted with infant macaque monkeys. They were given the typical CDC-recommended vaccination schedule. Of course the doses were pursuant with the monkeys’ sizes. There was a control group of unvaccinated monkeys that had no symptoms of autism, while the “protected” with vaccines developed all the symptoms of the disease.
“This research underscores the critical need for more investigation into immunizations, mercury, and the alterations seen in autistic children,” said Lyn Redwood, director of SafeMinds, a public safety group working to expose the truth about vaccines and autism.