Dr. Andrew Wakefield, once again, exposes and documents CDC malfeasance. Watch Video
Excerpt rom Mike Adams on the cover up: “Today I can report that I now have in my possession CDC documents which prove beyond any doubt that the former head of the CDC, Dr. Julie Gerberding, actively participated in willful scientific fraud in order to bury clinical evidence linking the MMR vaccine to a 340% increase in autism among African-American children”. Read more...
Breaking: autism, MMR vaccine, CDC cover-up (excerpts from
By Jon Rappoport
August 20, 2014
Age of Autism 8/18 article: “Senior government scientist breaks 13 years’ silence on CDC’s vaccine-autism fraud.” CDC research scientist comes forward, anonymously, comes clean, tells Dr. Brian Hooker that the CDC has known about the MMR vaccine connection to autism for at least 11 years. The CDC and the US government have gone to extreme lengths to assert there is no vaccine-autism connection. This CDC scientist has spoken with Brian Hooker, a PhD in biochemical engineering, many times. Hooker states he has seen raw CDC data not included in any study. And the data show that:
CDC letter (2004:) Dr. William Thompson to CDC Director, Julie Gerberding on concerns about MMR and Autism.
African-American boys who receive their first MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine before the age of 36 months have a 300% increased risk for autism. If this is true, what else is the CDC hiding?
VLA Comment: 2009 CDC MISCARRIAGE COVERUP–The CDC is hiding the fact that they double dosed pregnant women in the 2009/10 flu season with the season flu vaccine and the untested H1N1 vaccine, both with Thimerasol. It caused a 4,250% increase in miscarriages and stillbirths. Here is the documentation:
Wakefield now states: “Over a decade ago, Dr. Scott Montgomery and I put forward a hypothesis for MMR vaccine and autism: the age you receive the vaccine influences the risk. …We shared this hypothesis with vaccine officials, members of the Centers for Disease Control, at meetings in Washington, D.C. and Cold Spring Harbor. A group of senior vaccine safety people at the CDC studied it. It panned out. We were right–at least partly. By Nov 9, 2001, nearly thirteen years ago, senior CDC scientists knew that the younger age exposure to MMR was associated with an increased risk of autism. In 2004 they published, but they hid the results. …”