The American media will NEVER HONESTLY ADDRESS AUTISM'S CAUSE.
Here we're told that THERE'S NO PROOF it's vaccines, pesticides, cow's milk, or labor-inducing drugs. The only "safe" claims will continue to be things that point to the parents---ESPECIALLY THE MOM: old moms, moms who marry old dads, fat moms, drinking moms, smoking moms, moms on anti-depressants, and moms who live too close freeways.
Salon.com closed their eyes to the damage being done a while ago.
HOW COINCIDENTAL THAT SALON.COM REMINDS US THAT VACCINES DON'T CAUSE AUTISM JUST BEFORE ROBERT KENNEDY'S BOOK ON THIMEROSAL COMES OUT.
The Forbes piece goes further than just blaming non-vaccinating parents for outbreaks of measles. The controversy over vaccines and autism now forces vaccine makers to conduct massive trials involving hundreds of thousands of children to show vaccines are safe. This causes the cost to increase dramatically and some doctors can't afford to buy them for their patients. Forbes will not allow me to post comments any longer. (Their idea of freedom of speech doesn't include evidence that directly contradicts their claims.)
July 6, 2014, Salon.com: Autism blame game: The dangerous rush to blame everything from vaccines to dairy
A new study put out by the University of California, Davis, found that there could be a link between certain pesticides in the air and the development of autism. This is at least the third study in recent years to explore such a possible link: A 2007 study looked at residents of Central Valley, California, and found some correlation, but could not prove causation and called for further study. And another study that same year focused on pesticides and developmental disorders. . .
In 1998, Dr. Andrew Wakefield, a British surgeon and medical researcher, published a paper that directly linked autism to the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine. So began the modern anti-vaccination movement.
Part 8 of the series appeared this morning on the frontpage of the Times, entitled, "The Price of Prevention: Vaccine Costs Are Soaring," Rosenthal opens with the story of a San Antonio pediatrician whose modest stockpile of vaccines-$70,000 worth-required that she remortgage her home to ensure access for her patients.
Although specific profit numbers are nearly impossible to obtain, Rosenthal remarks that vaccines have become profit centers for pharmaceutical and biomanufacturing companies after years of having been loss leaders. She cites CDC data that the out-of-pocket costs for fully immunizing a privately-insured child up to age 18 went from $100 in 1986 to $2,192, although it's not clear how much of this reflects the increase in the number of immunizations over that time period. . . .
Why have costs increased?. . .
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Anne Dachel is Media Editor for Age of Autism and author of The Big Autism Cover-Up: How and Why the Media Is Lying to the American Public, which goes on sale this Fall from Skyhorse Publishing.