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Posted by Age of Autism on May 09, at Buy your tickets here. Posted by Age of Autism on January 08, at I have undertaken this review of the case against Dr.
Andrew Wakefield because the issues involved are far more consequential than the vilification of one doctor.
Public health officials and the medical profession have abrogated their professional, public, and human responsibility, by failing to honestly examine the iatrogenic harm caused by expansive, indiscriminate, and increasingly aggressive vaccination policies.
All of the documented evidence and testimonies submitted to the General Medical Council, upon which GMC issued its guilty verdicts against Dr.
Wakefield and his two co-defendants inwere subsequently forensically assessed by the UK High Court in Marchin the appeal of Professor John Walker-Smith, the senior clinician and senior author of the Lancet case series. The High Court determined that the verdicts of professional misconduct and ethics violations were unsupported by the evidence.
Indeed, the adjudicated evidence refutes the case against Dr. Wakefield; the documents and testimonies demonstrate that there is no evidence whatsoever, to support the charges of professional misconduct, much less the accusation of fraud. The accusation of fraud was hurled by the Editor-in-Chief of the BMJ, a medical journal whose corporate ownership is intertwined with the vaccine manufacturing Behemoths, Merck — with whom BMJ signed a partnership agreement in — and GlaxoSmithKline which provides additional financial support to BMJ.
Read more at AHRP. Posted by Age of Autism on November 01, at Andrew Wakefield, one of the producers of Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe.
The Pathological Optimist explores the controversial Andrew Wakefield, who was stripped of his medical license for his infamous study suggesting a link between vaccines and autism that sparked one of the biggest firestorms in modern medicine. This in effect bundled together all critics of the programme and the vaccine lobby as bad people frequently apparently wealthy people like Gwyneth Paltrow and allegedly all free-loaders on the system, rather than as many are people who vaccinated their children and rue the day.
Moreover, the cited authority on this was not scientific literature but the comedian TV presenter, John Oliver. This is scarcely the material of respectable argument. Even the illustration of protesters in Italy demonstrates the distortion of the issue.
This had been provoked by legislation following an agreement between the Italian government and GlaxoSmithKline in which investment in Italy was made contingent on the government creating a captive market. In short, we started on the right foot.
As for us, Andrew Witty has asked for a few things: We were of one intent. It is evident that whatever the arguments are for compulsory vaccination that a competent newspaper, informing its readership, should report that it is actually the industry - the people selling the products - making the running.
Although we should not take the events surrounding the career eclipse of Andrew Wakefield at face value , it is a shoddy argument that if one line of research about one product has been discredited that all the products can be supposed safe.
Posted by Age of Autism on August 29, at Though two earlier submissions could have been excluded because of submission criteria, there were no obvious grounds for excluding this one, except that like the others it tackled the core claims of their discussion document head on - that the Wakefield Lancet paper was an example of research fraud, or that it should be considered inherently reprehensible on the grounds that it subverted policy.
The one thing that became apparent in my brief discussions with the secretary to the committee, Mr Fiander, was that the committee would stand by its claim of fraud simply because the claim had been made in a British Medical Journal editorial in January which had never been retracted despite overwhelming evidence against it claims.
The committee itself was dissolved without the inquiry proceeding at the time of the General Election and has not yet been re-formed. It becomes particularly relevant in the light the latest campaign in Februaryled by Times Newspapers, to further discredit Andrew Wakefield [2,3].
This submission is not motivated by indifference to the control of infectious disease. While the control of disease is important it is not a good enough reason to stand the rules of research integrity or public discussion on their head.
This is not only about the Wakefield paper but the problematic nature of vaccine science, and also the general exclusion of the subject from contemporary mainstream public debate.
Even the reasons for going to war at times of national peril are debated, but here it is as if everything has been conceded in advance to an industry and its public advocates. In these circumstances reasonable comment is driven to the margins with unreasonable, even to the extent of being buried by search engines such as google.
It is also problematic that virtually every public defence of the vaccine programme begins with an attack on the integrity of Dr Andrew Wakefield, as if the public humiliation of one man could provide scientific justification in perpetuity for an entire class of products.
Posted by Age of Autism on August 01, at I wanted to share this one because the topic is so current: Finding a school district in the U. Andy talked about the subtle impact of neurotoxins on children, a steady lessening of intelligence. So if we continue to "dumb down the children of a country," what will the world look like in 5, 10 or 20 more years?Red Book: Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases.
30th ed. Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics; pp. – Bialek SR, Perella D, Zhang J, Mascola L, Viner K, Jackson C, et al.
Impact of a routine two-dose varicella vaccination program on varicella epidemiology. Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
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Varicella-Zoster Infections. American Academy of Pediatrics. In: Pickering LK, Baker CJ, Kimberlin DW, Long SS, eds. Red Book: Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases. 29th ed.
Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics; – Herpes simplex virus (HSV) infection of the neonate is uncommon, but genital herpes infections in adults are very common. Thus, although treating an infant with neonatal herpes is a relatively rare occurrence, managing infants potentially exposed to HSV at the time of delivery occurs more frequently.
Oh, so here's what my friend wanted to share: A short interview with MIT Dr. Stephanie Seneff definitely proving connection between so many of our modern diseases with a chemical sprayed on ALL American non-organic crops (including those consumed by the animals you eat!)!