As a rule, Unvaxxed Children do NOT Get Autism, deal with it
The link between vaccines and autism is right in your face, yet dishonest people distort and congtort the obvious to try to claim that there is no connection. It is beyond me how someone can be so afflicted with congnitive dissonance. Some of them, of course, have a financial interest in perpetuating the lie, to the calamity of hundreds of thousands of innocent children and their families who have to clean up the mess.
WHERE are the UN-vaxxed people with autism??????
Thousands of children cared for by Homefirst Health Services in metropolitan Chicago have at least two things in common with thousands of Amish children in rural Lancaster: They have never been vaccinated. And they don't have autism.
"We have a fairly large practice. We have about 30,000 or 35,000 children that we've taken care of over the years, and I don't think we have a single case of autism in children delivered by us who never received vaccines," said Dr. Mayer Eisenstein, Homefirst's medical director who founded the practice in 1973. Homefirst doctors have delivered more than 15,000 babies at home, and thousands of them have never been vaccinated.
The few autistic children Homefirst sees were vaccinated before their families became patients, Eisenstein said. "I can think of two or three autistic children who we've delivered their mother's next baby, and we aren't really totally taking care of that child -- they have special care needs. But they bring the younger children to us. I don't have a single case that I can think of that wasn't vaccinated."
"We do have enough of a sample," Eisenstein said. "The numbers are too large to not see it. We would absolutely know. We're all family doctors. If I have a child with autism come in, there's no communication. It's frightening. You can't touch them. It's not something that anyone would miss."
No one knows what causes autism, but federal health authorities say it isn't childhood immunizations. Some parents and a small minority of doctors and scientists, however, assert vaccines are responsible.
Homefirst follows state immunization mandates, but Illinois allows religious exemptions if parents object based either on tenets of their faith or specific personal religious views. Homefirst does not exclude or discourage such families. Eisenstein, in fact, is author of the book "Don't Vaccinate Before You Educate!" and is critical of the CDC's vaccination policy in the 1990s, when several new immunizations were added to the schedule, including Hepatitis B as early as the day of birth. Several of the vaccines -- HepB included -- contained a mercury-based preservative that has since been phased out of most childhood vaccines in the United States.
Medical practices with Homefirst's approach to immunizations are rare. "Because of that, we tend to attract families that have questions about that issue," said Dr. Paul Schattauer, who has been with Homefirst for 20 years and treats "at least" 100 children a week.
"All I know is in my practice I don't see autism.
They tend to be better educated, follow healthier diets and breast-feed their children much longer than the norm -- half of Homefirst's mothers are still breast-feeding at two years. Also, because Homefirst relies less on prescription drugs including antibiotics as a first line of treatment, these children have less exposure to other medicines, not just vaccines.
Schattauer said Homefirst's patients also have significantly less childhood asthma and juvenile diabetes compared to national rates. An office manager who has been with Homefirst for 17 years said she is aware of only one case of severe asthma in an unvaccinated child. The asthma rate among Homefirst patients is so low it was noticed by the Blue Cross group with which Homefirst is affiliated, according to Eisenstein.
"In the alternative-medicine network which Homefirst is part of, there are virtually no cases of childhood asthma, in contrast to the overall Blue Cross rate of childhood asthma which is approximately 10 percent," he said. "At first I thought it was because they (Homefirst's children) were breast-fed, but even among the breast-fed we've had asthma. We have virtually no asthma if you're breast-fed and not vaccinated."
Several studies have found a risk of asthma from vaccination; others have not. Studies that include never-vaccinated children generally find little or no asthma in that group.
Earlier this year Florida pediatrician Dr. Jeff Bradstreet said there is virtually no autism in home-schooling families who decline to vaccinate for religious reasons - lending credence to Eisenstein's observations. "It's largely non-existent," said Bradstreet, who treats children with autism from around the country. "It's an extremely rare event."
Bradstreet has a son whose autism he attributes to a vaccine reaction at 15 months. His daughter has been home-schooled, he describes himself as a "Christian family physician," and he knows many of the leaders in the home-school movement. "There was this whole subculture of folks who went into home-schooling so they would never have to vaccinate their kids," he said. "There's this whole cadre who were never vaccinated for religious reasons." In that subset, he said, "unless they were massively exposed to mercury through lots of amalgams (mercury dental fillings in the mother) and/or big-time fish eating, I've not had a single case."
Federal health authorities and mainstream medical groups emphatically dismiss any link between autism and vaccines, including the mercury-based preservative thimerosal. Why? Follow the money. Not only would there be billions of dollars in lost vaxx revenue for Big Pharma, but they would be bankrupted by the flood of tort liability cases and possibly criminal charges that would follow such an honest confession. It won't happen - they will fight to the death to keep from acknowledging that they have and are destroying a whole generation of young people. Last year a panel of the Institute of Medicine, part of the National Academies, said there is no evidence of such a link, and funding (follow the money) should henceforth go to "promising" research. Spreading those bug bucks around. The research will never find a link, because they don't want to find one, just as Ancel Keyes forged his reaearch into fats and that led to a whole generation of people getting heart disease and coronary problems because of their over consumption of industrial seed oils, highly processed omega 6 fats, and not enough consumption of saturated animal fats, which are actually heart healthy - but I digress on the health-reaearch corruption empire.
Thimerosal, which is 49.6 percent ethyl mercury by weight, was supposedly phased out of many, but not all, U.S. childhood immunizations beginning in 1999. However, the CDC recommends flu shots for pregnant women and last year began recommending them for children 6 to 23 months old. Most of those shots contain thimerosal. I would like to find out how many of these 'recommended' vaccines the CDC holds the patent for. That would be more 'follow the money'.
Thimerosal-preserved vaccines are currently being injected into millions of children in developing countries around the world. "My mandate ... is to make sure at the end of the day that 100,000,000 are immunized ... this year, next year and for many years to come ... and that will have to be with thimerosal-containing vaccines," said John Clements of the World Health Organization at a June 2000 meeting called by the CDC. What drives these people to work so hard on this eugenics agenda?
But where is the simple, straightforward study of autism in never-vaccinated U.S. children? Based on our admittedly anecdotal and limited reporting among the Amish, the home-schooled and now Chicago's Homefirst, that may prove to be a significant omission.
What is the problem with quickly and firmly establishing that the autism rate is about the same everywhere and for everybody in the United States, vaccinated or unvaccinated? Wouldn't that stop all the scientifically illiterate chatter by parents who believe vaccinations made their children autistic? Wouldn't it put to rest concerns that despite the removal of a mercury-containing preservative in most U.S. vaccines, hundreds of millions of children in the developing world are possibly at risk if that preservative is in fact linked to autism? Perhaps that is the agenda. This certainly can't be by accident. They're smarter than that.
This assertion that the Amish gene pool could explain everything, based on no data. The Amish have all kinds of standard genetic mental and developmental disorders, from bipolar to retardation, and a lot more genetic issues to boot from this supposedly protective "isolated gene pool." The doctors who actually know something about the Amish have never suggested that genes have anything to do with a low rate of autism.
Again, where are the un-vaxxed people with autism?
Much more evidence is coming.... If you like charts and graphs, check back, we will be presenting graphs that show autism has the same growth curve as the increased quantity of vaxxes 'recommended' by the CDC, who owns about 50 vaccine patents. Ca-ching, ca-ching.