Autism Watch: 2007

Autism and Vaccines and Ignorance

Posted on: November 20, 2007

Got a few minutes to feel sort of riled up?

Read the comments. The article is great, the interview informative…but the comments? Ignorance still abounds. When in doubt, attack. It must be easier to deny, deny, deny and believe the CDC because, well, they’re the CDC, than it is to research and at least listen to those who are dealing with autism in the first place.

It’s a darn shame it took until Jenny McCarthy stood up for this to get so much attention, but at least it is. Jenny’s doing amazing things, and I am one of many parents thankful to her.

If your child has improved with biomedical, it’s time to speak up.


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