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By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

The international journal Science of the Total Environment has just published a compelling study from the Republic of Korea, where autism prevalence is high. The study identifies a strong relationship between prenatal and early childhood exposure to mercury and autistic behaviors in five-year-olds.

Lead author Jia Ryu and coauthors acknowledge mercury’s potential for neurotoxicity straight away but choose to characterize previous findings on the mercury-autism relationship as “inconsistent.” They attribute the seeming lack of consistency, in part, to methodological issues, especially flagging problematic cross-sectional study designs that measure autistic behaviors and mercury levels (in either blood or hair) at a single point in time. To rectify these methodological weaknesses, Ryu and coauthors report on data from a multi-region longitudinal study in the Republic of Korea called the Mothers and Children’s Environmental Health (MOCEH) study.

The ongoing MOCEH study examines environmental exposures during pregnancy and childhood and their effects on children’s growth and development. A unique feature is that it includes five different blood samples: maternal blood from early and late pregnancy; cord blood; and samples from children at two and three years of age. In addition, the study asks mothers to complete three follow-up surveys and—when their child reaches age five—the 65-item Social Responsiveness Scale (SRS), which assesses autistic behaviors.

Key Results

Ryu and colleagues present available data for 458 (26%) of the 1,751 mother-child pairs originally recruited into the MOCEH study. What are their key findings?

–First, the researchers report a significant linear relationship between mercury exposure and autistic behaviors (as indicated by a scaled score called an SRS T-score). Strikingly, they find that with a doubling of blood mercury levels at four time points (late pregnancy, cord blood, and at two and three years of age), SRS T-scores are significantly higher. Read More Here.

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Hans,

Not the whole article, unfortunately, just the first page:

http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/298167

January 3, 1948

THE BACTERIOSTATIC AND BACTERICIDAL ACTIONS OF SOME MERCURIAL COMPOUNDS ON HEMOLYTIC STREPTOCOCCIIn Vivo and in Vitro Studies

HARRY E. MORTON, Sc.D.; LEON L. NORTH Jr., M.D.; FRANK B. ENGLEY Jr., M.S.
JAMA. 1948;136(1):37-41. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.72890180010008


There's a great interview with Dr Engley here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7I7AwWQmec

"Thimerosal Is Dangerous At Any Concentration" - Frank B Engley, Jr , PhD

david m burd

From this Study (and called out by Bob), "Ryu and coauthors also repeat the canard that methylmercury is the only form of organic mercury capable of inducing neurotoxic effects because of ethylmercury’s shorter blood half-life compared to methylmercury".

I agree with Bob, (and Dr. Frank Engley, Dr. George Lucier, Dr. Paul King, Tomljenovic & Shaw,, and RFK, Jr, and many others) that any "Study" dismissing the terrible toxicity of ethlymercury loses its validity.

Grace Green

I agree with you, Bob Moffit. The fact that they discount ethylmercury completely is very disappointing. We don't need studies like this.

ANGUS FILES

South Korea vaccine schedule Merck has been active in S Korea since the 90`s

https://www.healthinfotranslations.org/pdfDocs/VaccinesChildren_ko.pdf

Pharma for Prison

MMR RIP

khz

Can anyone point to the S. Korean vaccines, so we can see the thimerosal content? Are their vaccines manufactured there?

Hans Hitten

Rate of Autism in South Korea 1 in 30 at least (I'd say by now 1 in 38 back in 2009) .
Rate of Autism in North Korea 1 in 100,000 I bet .

So much for freedom & western democracies . Liars the lot of them.
Which way are you going to vote next time in this evil pantomime (Labour or Tory \ Rep. or Dem.)
It really doesn't matter because all our leaders are all on board with project DEPOP.
RIP the free west !

Damn the White Coat Killers . Damn the baby poisoners .

Hans Hitten

Posted by: bob moffit | July 13, 2017 at 06:29 AM

Agreeing with Bob .

Dr Frank Engley studied themiserol in 1948 (is anyone able to to find that paper) .
It seems to blow his mind just how toxic it was (toxic at nanograms, parts per billion) .
He was most surprised how little notice his work drew (but somebody was watching !)
His interviews are easily found on YouTube .

Also find on YouTube the University of Calgary work on themiserol's affect on the neurons of a snail . Simply irrefutable .

The Geiers gave a wonderful talk at AutismONE 2017 this year .

Themiserol is a designer made version of a mercury compound , it doesn’t kill bacteria very well at all (which is its job) but its brilliant at killing brain neurons (ie maiming & killing humans).

1. Its water soluble at a ratio of 1:1
2. It releases ethyl mercury chloride (or hydroxide) which easily penetrates tissues
3. It converts to Inorganic mercury and binds to the cells and is very difficult to extract thereafter

Themiserol is the zyklonB of our time , and its in 90% of all flu vaccinations . That is Hg-enocide .


bob moffit

"Ryu and coauthors also repeat the canard that methylmercury is the only form of organic mercury capable of inducing neurotoxic effects because of ethylmercury’s shorter blood half-life compared to methylmercury. This statement is disingenuous in light of the well-documented fact that methylmercury and ethylmercury share numerous mechanisms of toxicity."

And so .. I am sorry .. but .. I would not describe this study as "compelling".

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