"The number of New York parents who had their child skip at least one required vaccine due to religious reasons increased over the past decade, according to a new study.
"What's more, researchers found counties with high religious exemption rates also had more whooping cough cases - even among children that had been fully vaccinated."
"But those perceived risks - such as a link between vaccines and autism - have not panned out."
Fox News wisely omitted a comment section on this piece. (That's always a good move when you're putting up propaganda like this.) First of all, health officials have admitted this vaccine only provides short term immunity, if at all. That's left out of the story, of course. The link between vaccines and autism is dismissed in 1 sentence---Nicely done, Fox News. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
"Around 12,000 people attended the 2013 "Walk Now for Autism Speaks," a fundraising and awareness event that helped raise $700,000 this year so far, according to Brett Spitale, executive director of the Pittsburgh chapter of Autism Speaks.
"He hopes that by the end of the year, they will reach $1 million....
"Environmental and genetic factors are thought to play a role, but scientists have struggled to explain exactly why rates of autism are on the rise.
"According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of children with autism spectrum disorders increased from one in 150 in 2000, to one in 88 just eight years later."
I couldn't bring myself to comment on this piece. What's going on here? The photo shows a lot of people having a good time. Why?
We're given a distorted view of the numbers by claiming that the only increase is from one in 150 to one in 88.
They're out to raise a million dollars for Autism Speaks--an organization that has only given us dead-end research and a cover-up of what autism is doing to our children.
Here's the one posted comment: "Wish I could have been there. This is the first one I have missed since Kyle was diagnosed."
How long are we going to be so accepting? WRAL Raleigh, NC:
"Adding to her struggle, Jenn said she just received the official diagnosis that her youngest son, Nalo, has autism."
At the end of the news video we're told that ...btw...her youngest son just received an autism diagnosis.Wisconsin State Journal
"After returning to Madison from a major autism conference in Chicago last week, I read with interest Monday's article, 'Abortion: Lawmakers push restrictions.'
"One of the presenters at the conference made a compelling case about the use of aborted fetal tissue in childhood vaccines and the explosion in autism cases. Many of these vaccines are required for children to attend school in Wisconsin. None of the abortion bills address this issue.
"As usual, the one thing that seems to trump Republican politicians' religious beliefs is money. You certainly don't want to slap the hand that feeds you.
"I wonder what kind of contributions these politicians receive from the vaccine manufacturers."
Another one of the industry's dirty little secrets: cell lines used in vaccine manufacture that are made from aborted fetuses.
Annne Dachel is Media Editor for Age of Autism.