The CDC has refused to study the autism rate in vaccinated vs. unvaccinated kids, because they are a captive agency of vaccine manufacturers. The former head of the CDC is now the head of Merck vaccines, the largest US vaccine manufacturer. CDC officials have been disrespectful, bumbling fools when required to testify before Congress.
The CDC is reluctant to compare autism rates in unvaxed vs. vaxed because it will likely show the same thing as the following study and survey, a huge increase in autism risk in the vaccinated. Of course such data will indict the CDC and expose their responsibility for creating the biggest epidemic in US history: Vaccine-induced autism.
Barb knew some would doubt the words she typed were hers, because she needed a facilitator when she first began typing. Undeterred, she spent the next 10 years learning to type independently, one index finger jabbing at a letter at a time.
Making play sets more interactive and giving children with autism greater opportunities to control and add content of their own to the game could improve cooperative play with other children as well as giving them greater confidence in...
Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg’s Autism and Empathy website started me thinking about the whole empathy question in regards to autistic people -- again. In my first post about autistics and empathy, I mentioned Theory of Mind issues as one of the possible reasons why there is a perception that autistic people lack empathy. With what I had read about Theory of Mind at the time, I’m now reexamining the concept and wondering if I had gotten it slightly wrong, especially in light of the recent challenges that other autistic writers have made to the prevailing ideas about autistics and Theory of Mind.
Man, 19, With Special Form Of Autism Finds New Way To Express Himself CBS Local LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A Los Angeles teenager with non-verbal autism is making use of modern technology to find his voice.
So I would plead with researchers to take great care when labeling the conclusions of this kind of research. Because if the researchers don't keep in mind that people with autism may not understand the Sally-Anne story, or that autistic children may have different ways of expressing their empathy, it's the researchers who truly lack empathy -- and compassion
"This animation give the viewer a glimpse into sensory overload, and how often our sensory experiences intertwine in everyday life." A video that will move you and you may want to share with teachers, students, parents and staff.
The evidence that vaccine mercury is behind the autism epidemic is inescapable... even in the first 11 cases 70 years ago, for God's sake!
The father of Case 2, a plant pathologist, was up to his elbows in the brand new stuff (mercury containing seed treatment) at the time his son was born in 1936. It's right there in his archive at North Carolina State (called Ceresan, and seen in the video still above).
A very interesting website talking about the reasons for the rise in the autism epidemic - they claim that use of mercury in vaccinations given to the 84 million (!) children in the world can cause autism.
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