The Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute has uncovered CDC and Department of Education data that shows that chickenpox vaccine use is highly statistically related to autism disorder prevalence in every state in the US.
I am the adoptive mother of a 13 year old son who has ASD (autism spectrum disorder) . Because my son was in an overseas orphanage for the first four years of his life, he did not receive the usual round of vaccinations that American children do, but instead received quite a few in succession within weeks of arriving in the U.S. While my son was not surprisingly delayed developmentally from his time in the orphanage, he did not display autistic symptoms until several months after the vaccines. As a result, I’ve naturally been curious about any connection between the two. However, it wasn’t until I became aware of the use of aborted fetal material in certain vaccinations that I realized there are many parents of autistic kids who have simply never heard this, while we continue to hear questioning reports about any remote link with mercury, air pollution, food coloring, drugs, etc. With autism a constant focus in our society today, why won’t anyone touch this?
Following is the compelling report of Dr. Theresa Deisher, President, Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute:
Over four years ago it was obvious to my eye that autism disorder rates changed dramatically in certain specific years. Looking at autism disorder prevalence data from the US Dept of Education it was clear that there were three specific years in which autism prevalence rose dramatically, and Sound Choice went on to perform the statistical analysis to show that 1980, 1988 and 1996 were ‘changepoint’ years for autism disorder.
In 2010 the EPA published data confirming the 1988 changepoint as a worldwide autism disorder changepoint. As the EPA scientists point out in their publication, identification of ‘changepoints’ such as these tell us that some environmental factor was introduced that triggered such a sudden and dramatic rise in autism. Shown in the accompanying diagram are the 3 changepoints Sound Choice identified for autism disorder prevalence in the US. What environmental factor is associated with these three changepoints? The only childhood universal factor that is associated with all three changepoints is the introduction of vaccines contaminated with aborted fetal DNA and retroviral fragments. In 1979 the first aborted fetal vaccine was introduced to the US (MMRII), in 1989 a second dose of this vaccine was added and compliance doubled, and in 1995 another aborted fetal vaccine was introduced to the US (Varicella – chickenpox).
Now, Sound Choice has uncovered data from the CDC and US Dept. of Education that show that use of the chickenpox vaccine is directly related to autism disorder prevalence in every state in the U.S. The accompanying graphs show you this data. As you can see, as chickenpox vaccination rates increase, so do autism diagnosis disorders.
What the graphs show you is that in almost every state in the U.S. the use of chickenpox vaccine is directly related to the number of children diagnosed with autism disorder in each year durign which chickenpox use vaccine rose from 0% until it reached its maximum use. I’ll say that again for emphasis: as more and more children were vaccinated with the chickenpox vaccine, more and more children were diagnosed with autism disorder. Statistical analysis on the data for the entire U.S. yields a correlation coefficient (R2) of 0.9598. For those of you who don’t understand statistics, an R2 of 0.9598 is very significant.
Let’s put these results in perspective by looking at looking at global warming for a minute. I love the environment, and I had been hugging trees for decades before global warming became the topic that it is today. The R2 for carbon dioxide levels compared to the earth’s temperature of the past 150 years is only 0.44%. That’s right, an R2 of 0.44 has roused the public to become active and concerned about our environment. Shouldn’t an R2 of 0.9598 raise even more to action? What will you do with this information?
Why was Sound Choice the organization to uncover this evidence from the CDC and the Dept. of Education? Why don’t the CDC and the Dept. of Education do this research and publish these results; results which should without a doubt lead to serious scrutiny and safety research into the cell sources that we use to manufacture vaccines for our children? We should all be asking these questions.
In publicly available documents, for over 50 years experts at the FDA have debated the dangers of using aborted fetal cell lines to manufacture vaccines. Unfortunately for the public, in one document they are quoted as saying that they prefer to do ‘intuitive’ experiments. That means they preferred to talk about the potential dangers rather than doing the experiments that would have shown how dangerous using aborted fetal cell lines really was. Isn’t this incredible? The FDA knows the potential danger of having fetal DNA and retroviruses contaminating our vaccines, the CDC has all the data on use of the chickenpox vaccine, and the US Department of Education has all the data on autism disorder prevalence. Yet, not one of these organizations seems to have ever looked to see how such an obvious potential trigger for autism disorder might be related to the epidemic levels of autism we are faced with.
The CDC and the FDA are organizations whose duty it is to protect the health and safety of the public. Don’t they talk to each other? All I can say is thank you to those of you who have supported Sound Choice and made this research possible. We are working hard to get this new information into the hands of our elected officials and those organizations like the FDA and CDC who are charged with protecting the health of our children. We continue to rely on your support to make sure we have the means to get this information to those who need it. Don’t our children deserve the same love and care we all give to the environment?
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