CryShame (please note their web address is www.cryshame.com) is a campaigning group co-founded by a number of UK parents and professionals who are concerned about the catastrophic rise in autism spectrum disorders and in the potential link with environmental toxins– particularly MMR and thimerosol (mercury) containing vaccines.
CryShame is not an anti-vaccine group. Indeed one of the major factors that brings all co-founding parents of CryShame together is that they all complied with vaccination advice from the department of health in ensuring their children were vaccinated against the recommended range of infectious disease from age 2 months onwards.
The immediate mission for CryShame is to support Professor Simon Murch, Dr Andrew Wakefield and Professor Walker-Smith as they stand accused before the General Medical Council of the UK. CryShame additionally supports the democratic rights of scientists and medical practitioners to engage in valid research and to publish relevant findings without fear of prejudice or attack.
CryShame exists to tell the story of what brought these doctors to where they are and to bring public attention to the plight of thousands of children worldwide who regressed into autistic-like regression and/or bowel disease following exposure to childhood vaccines.