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Autism acetaminophenBy Cathy Jameson

While looking through the news late Thursday afternoon, I saw an article about Tylenol. 

I had meant to read more about the topic after seeing this link a few months ago.  Life got busy with the kids’ school year starting, and I’d forgotten to take time to check it out. 

Those two articles brought back awful memories.

While the recent news stories don’t mention an acetaminophen connection to vaccines, I won’t be surprised when that information is acknowledged.  For many, it’s been a go-to pain reliever for all ages, including for babies post-vaccination.  

I’d obediently given the name brand Tylenol to my children when they were very young.  That’s because our pediatrician at the time had provided me with free sample bottles of the drug at vaccination visits.  Thankful not to have to buy it, I followed her directions at those ‘well-child’ visits – “Give it to the baby when you get home.  If they’re fussy later, give them a second dose.”  

I know many other mothers who followed the same orders from their pediatricians. 

My children’s early childhood years are now but a memory, but I still cringe when I see chatter about Tylenol making the rounds in online parenting circles.  In the past, a blanket statement from officials usually followed that chatter: 

Don’t panic, the experts tell worried parents.

It’ll be fine.

In fact, it is fine.

Read more after the jump

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Maybe at the time, the consensus was fine – from those who manufacture or promote the over-the-counter medication.  But more research, and those recently filed claims I read about, are finally proving otherwise And people aren’t just chatting about how this over-the-counter medicine caused issues for their children. 

They’re taking action. 

Each of the complaints raisees similar questions of fact and law, indicating that information about the link between Tylenol and autism, ADHD and other neurodevelopmental disorders has been withheld from consumers, who unknowingly exposed their unborn children to long-term risks and challenges that could have been avoided.

With the help of long-time consumer advocate Erin Brokovich, some cases are now heading to court.  

You may remember Brokovich was successful in helping families confront government officials who denied devastating health crises linked to polluted drinking water in their small California town.  Taking years for officials to acknowledge the environmental link, and also to take ownership of the terrible outcome, families went through hell fighting for justice.  The 2000 movie Erin Brokovich recounted that battle.

Similar battle lines are being drawn now with Tylenol’s manufacturer, Johnson & Johnson.  And it won’t be the first time J&J is targeted: 

It should be noted that this is not the first time Johnson & Johnson, the pharmaceutical company has come under fire; settlements have occurred from previously filed claims.  It should also be noted that that payout doesn’t include a recent opioid settlement ($26 billion nor the talc settlement ($3.9 billion) either.  

Going forward, I wonder if the current claims regarding Tylenol and makers of acetaminophen will be fought in new, epic court battles.  Will it take another Hollywood blockbuster to educate the public of the potential dangers of a widely prescribed, but dangerous, drug?  I know plenty of parents who could star in a based-on-a-true-story screen role playing the unsuspecting, devoted Mom turned devastated, worried autism Mom…me included.

Cathy Jameson is a Contributing Editor for Age of Autism. 

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Emmaphiladelphia

Does anyone know when Tylenol formulated for children was first introduced to the market?

Was it AFTER the Tylenol murders scandal?
This event "forced" manufacturers to get rid of the capsule and reformulate to the solid pill.
This would open the door for a children's chewable version. All drug product packaging was also changed. Of course, they never found out who did it. The person who supposedly said they did it to extort the manufacturers, was determined NOT to have done it and was locked up for 13 years.
I remember this story well, and CNN ran it 24/7. It was a huge "scare" at the time.
Sketch-sketchy. With all of the changes, someone was making bank.

"The mysterious deaths immediately raised red flags for local officials and health care providers who responded to help with the investigation, given the peculiar nature of the casualties and the alarming rate at which they were spreading. It became apparent that as much as this was a broad-ranging murder investigation, it would also be a public health crisis. It was quickly established that the link among all the victims was consumption of Tylenol tablets shortly before death, and authorities sent off medication bottles found in homes of the deceased for testing. When the test results came back, it was found that the acetaminophen pills in these containers had been swapped with tablets containing lethal doses of potassium cyanide."
NOTE: Why do they record this as being "tablets." I specifically remember that they were CAPSULES. That is supposedly how they made the switch. Very sus.

"Within 48 hours, Mayor Jane Byrne, with the cooperation of local law enforcement, health officials, and universities, had all Tylenol products pulled from local grocers and pharmacies and shipped off to various laboratories in the area for integrity testing. Area residents were instructed to dispose of any Tylenol products they had at home, and the drug manufacturer issued a nationwide recall."
NOTE: Yet, no hurry to investigate child deaths/adverse events after getting a vaccine.

"To this day, the perpetrator of the murders has not been identified or apprehended by authorities. A man from New York, James Lewis, claimed responsibility for the events and demanded $1 million dollars from Tylenol’s parent company in exchange for stopping the killings. However, it was quickly established that he could not have been the person responsible, and he served 13 years in prison for extortion.

Beyond being a grim part of the city’s history, this incident had a profound impact on the US drug industry. In 1983, Congress passed the “Tylenol Bill,” which made it a felony to tamper with consumer products. In 1989, the FDA updated their policies to make medications more tamperproof, requiring tamper-evident seals on all over-the-counter medications and the eventual transition in manufacturing to more modern “caplets” that are harder to tamper with than older medications."
NOTE: Hmmmm. Drug packaging became a lot more expensive. What companies benefittTo this day, the perpetrator of the murders has not been identified or apprehended by authorities. A man from New York, James Lewis, claimed responsibility for the events and demanded $1 million dollars from Tylenol’s parent company in exchange for stopping the killings. However, it was quickly established that he could not have been the person responsible, and he served 13 years in prison for extortion.

Beyond being a grim part of the city’s history, this incident had a profound impact on the US drug industry. In 1983, Congress passed the “Tylenol Bill,” which made it a felony to tamper with consumer products. In 1989, the FDA updated their policies to make medications more tamperproof, requiring tamper-evident seals on all over-the-counter medications and the eventual transition in manufacturing to more modern “caplets” that are harder to tamper with than older medications."
NOTE: Drug packaging became much more expensive. What companies benefited from this?
https://www.chicagohistory.org/tylenol-murders/

MORE:
https://www.cbsnews.com/chicago/news/painkiller-1982-tylenol-murders-questions-james-lewis/

"Early on the morning of Sept. 29, 1982, a tragic, medical mystery began with a sore throat and a runny nose. It was then that Mary Kellerman, a 12-year-old girl from Elk Grove Village, a suburb of Chicago, told her mother and father about her symptoms. They gave her one extra-strength Tylenol capsule that, unbeknownst to them, was laced with the highly poisonous potassium cyanide. Mary was dead by 7 a.m. Within a week, her death would panic the entire nation. And only months later, it changed the way we purchase and consume over-the-counter medications.

That same day, a 27-year-old postal worker named Adam Janus of Arlington Heights, Illinois, died of what was initially thought to be a massive heart attack but turned out to be cyanide poisoning as well. His brother and sister-in-law, Stanley, 25, and Theresa, 19, of Lisle, Illinois, rushed to his home to console their loved ones. Both experienced throbbing headaches, a not uncommon response to a death in the family and each took a Tylenol extra-strength capsule or two from the same bottle Adam had used earlier in the day. Stanley died that very day and Theresa died two days later."
https://www.pbs.org/newshour/health/tylenol-murders-1982

Felicity

There are so many papers on this subject. When my 22 year old son was 4, he had testing we discovered he could not process acetaminophen.

I was told to give to him when he had vaccines when he was an infant and toddler and he regressed into autism. We stopped with acetaminophen, antibiotics (went with silver and herbs) and were fortunate to find a GP who believed the first line of defense should be natural solutions. He helped us to expand our sons limited diet, his anxiety and we went through chelation out of state and that helped with his speech. Tons of other therapies as well. But it all started with acetaminophen and we were not believed. He is good today with very little to no residual effects of his autism, but it took years and hundreds of thousands of dollars to get there.

https://linksharing.samsungcloud.com/jqEr0oaHau33

https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00431-022-04407-w

I sent this one to our former pediatrician in 2008 when it came out. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/18445737/

4Bobby

I also gave Tylenol after well/ vaccine visits. At each visit they provided a sample size of it to administer at home.

Angus Files

J&J the phamily orientated company making phamily products.
Over here the doctors prescribe/advise Calpol to bring down the temperature which in turn lets the virus from the measles virus(in our babies MMR vaccine) run riot..The high temp is the babies body desperately trying to cook the virus out. Pharma knows this. They Pharma, engineer and advise to give this poison to babies murder, pure, cold, calculating murder.


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J&J's covert 'Project Plato' team crafted strategy to redirect cancer plaintiffs out of trial courts and into bankruptcy process
J&J documents show how it planned 'Texas two-step' maneuver to limit payouts for talc claims
J&J executive asked whether maneuver would affect company's credit rating, documents show
U.S. judge to weigh whether bankruptcy was filed in bad faith
NEW YORK, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson created a plan last year to limit the financial bleeding from billions of dollars in jury awards to plaintiffs who alleged the company’s Baby Powder and other talc products caused deadly cancers. The healthcare and consumer-goods giant assigned more than 30 staffers to “Project Plato.” In a memo on the project in July, a company lawyer warned the team: Tell no one, not even your spouse.

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annie

Trudeau stating he’ll use his “go to” should he experience symptoms after his simultaneous Covid and flu shots. So ignorant. So dangerous.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=qfTCQserIJw

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