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DC Autism Examiner on Cedillo v. HHS

Cedillos Read the full post at the DC Autism Examiner HERE.

June 13, 2010

Oral arguments were made in the autism vaccine appeal case of Michelle Cedillo vs. Health and Human Services Thursday at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, D.C.

The case of Cedillo, a 15-year old girl with autism, was the first test case of more than 5,000 cases in the Omnibus Autism Proceeding. This proceeding was created by the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) because of the large number of cases in which parents claim vaccines caused autism in their children. The federal government established the VICP to prevent the pharmaceutical companies who manufacture vaccines from being sued.

The vaccine court ruled against the Cedillos in February 2009 and affirmed the ruling six months later.... Read the full post at the DC Autism Examiner.



I'm very sorry you have to deal with all the nonsence of the CDC denying the autism-link to vaccines. I hope someday, those phony pharmaceutical companies will get their heads out of the clouds and do something about the horrid dilemma. Until then, I wish you guys the best of luck with all the care your silent angel depends on.


Important article by Dr. Yazbak on expert witness Fombonne in this case:

Thanks from all of us

Thinking of you, Cedillos.


This writer Mike Frandsen has written several good articles about autism for the Examiner. His eclectic bio is as follows:

"Mike Frandsen has five years experience in teaching children and adults with autism academics and social skills ( and ten years experience facilitating sports activities for children with disabilities. Mike has a Graduate Certificate in Education of Students with Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders from Johns Hopkins University, an MBA from American University, and a BA in Journalism from Ohio Wesleyan University. Mike also advocates for employment for people with disabilities. Contact Mike with your comments and questions."


May justice prevail. Much love, blessings and gratitute to the Cedillos for their courage and commitment to Michelle and all our children.


This amicus brief in the Cedillo case is an interesting read:

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