Courts discreetly confirm MMR vaccine causes autism
You won't hear anything about it from the mainstream media, but the federal government's kangaroo "vaccine court" has once again conceded, albeit quietly, that the combination measles, mumps and rubella vaccine does, indeed, cause autism.
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Since: Jan 07
#1 Sep 3, 2013
Naturally, old news, but a great example of the encephalitis risk. Of the vaccines, encephalitis has been reported approximately once for every 3 million doses of MMR vaccine. Of the virus itself, 1 in 1,000 people with measles develops encephalitis.
Although encephalitis has symptom's like autism, the symptom's have a known cause: encephalitis. A child who nearly drowns and lost oxygen long enough would also have symptom's like autism, the symptom's have a known cause: Lack of oxygen to the brain.
Naturally, leave it to Natural News and anti vaxxers to make encephalitis more than what it is, and forget the risk of it being far greater when contracting the measles virus naturally.
Since: Jan 07
#2 Sep 3, 2013
Another interesting tid bit. Doing a search on the vaccine court web site, one can find the Mojabi case, But that second case must not be a published case, since the name all anti vaxxer sites give and the dates, no such case exists. One case however greatly matches the case, right down to the vaccines claimed to be given and filing for summary judgment. The only differences is the first names match, but not the last names, and the case was denied. It might not be the same case, but if one cant find the case, then anti vaxxers are making up the contents of the case.
Since: Jan 07
#3 Sep 3, 2013
Even better. There is no publication of the Mojabi case of that case winning or loosing. When such findings are not published, neither party can discuss the outcome, if there even was an outcome. One wonders, just where are anti vaxxers getting their claims from???? And of course the accounts of the Mojabi case anti vaxxers sites are misleading.
From court records:
1. Ryan received an influenza vaccination on December 10, 2003.
2. On December 19, 2003, Ryan had a well-child visit with Dr. Armstrong
prior to his departure for Iran. At this visit, Ryan received the MMR
vaccine and hepatitis B vaccine. He did not have a fever at that time. After
the vaccination, Ryan awakened from his nap crying and shaking.
3. On December 27, 2003, the Mojabi family departed San Francisco and flew
4. From December 27, 2003 through January 5, 2004, the Mojabis were in
Paris. Ryan had episodes of diminished activity, and at times, he appeared
listless. Petitioners, however, did not seek medical attention for Ryan
during this period of time because his symptoms did not appear to be of the
type or severity to warrant medical treatment.
5. On January 5, 2004, the Mojabi family traveled from Paris to Tehran.
6. On January 6, 2004, Dr. Goudarzi examined Ryan at Childrens Hospital
Medical Center, and determined that Ryan had a fever of 104 and a
measles-like rash. Dr. Goudarzi diagnosed Ryan with a febrile convulsion
that he stated was probably related to Ryans receipt of the MMR
vaccination on December 19, 2003. He did not admit Ryan to the hospital.
7. On January 7, 2004, Ryan returned to Childrens Hospital Medical Center
and Dr. Allami examined him. Ryan was not admitted to hospital because
Dr. Allami determined that hospitalization was not necessary.
8. On January 9, 2004, Dr. Goudarzi examined Ryan again because of a
persistent fever, but he did not admit Ryan to the hospital.
9. On January 18, 2004, Mr. Mojabi left Tehran.
10. On February 28, 2004, Mrs. Vahabi returned to San Francisco with Ryan.
During the seven weeks that Mrs. Vahabi remained with Ryan in Tehran
after Ryans visit on January 9, 2004 to Dr. Goudarzi, Mrs. Vahabi did not
seek any additional medical treatment for her son.
11. On March 2, 2004, both Mr. Mojabi and Mrs. Vahabi contacted the Kaiser
Call Center for a routine appointment because the family was back from
Iran. Mr. Mojabi was told that a same-day well-care visit was not available.
Mr. Mojabi reported that Ryan had some degree of measles while the family
was in Tehran. Based on the audio recordings of these calls that were filed
into the record on CD, petitioners no longer seemed distressed about their
12. On March 8, 2004, Dr. Armstrong evaluated Ryan. The medical records
from this visit corroborate Ryans illness in Iran, describing a rash as likely
roseola, and noting that Ryan had a high fever that lasted for four to five
days. The Mojabis expressed concern that Ryan had experienced seizuretype
activity. Dr. Armstrongs record from this same visit reflects that Ryan
had an E. coli infection while he was in Iran. Dr. Armstrong concluded that
Ryan also suffered from a possible urinary tract infection.
13. The first documented concern in the medical records regarding a potential
delay in Ryans language development was noted on May 27, 2005, when
Ryan was two years and four months old. Records after that date also
reflect changes in Ryans behavior.
Since: Jan 07
#8 Sep 3, 2013
Actually, no, it doesn't say the MMR caused anything, that was the parents evidence. The court document at the end states
The medical significance of the foregoing factual findings remains to be addressed by the parties respective experts. On or before Monday, May 11, 2009, the parties shall contact chambers to schedule a status conference to address further proceedings in this case.
There is no record of settlement, however all anti vaxxers sites are claiming a settlement was made based on encephalitis, not autism. And the best part is, naturally, Wakefield had and never has had anything to do with studies about encephalitis!
#11 Nov 9, 2013
no record of settlement = coverup
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