Weighting Risk Of Flu Against Autism; Why Doesn’t CDC Study This?
“Most children who have died of flu in recent years were not vaccinated” according to the Centers for Disease Control. (NBC News)
But physicians admit most children who get autism were vaccinated, http://bit.ly/2nCLRcK and http://www.ageofautism.com/2016/04/lets-go-find-unvaccinated-children-with-autism.html
CDC reports raise questions: “Each year, millions of children get sick with seasonal influenza; thousands of children are hospitalized and some children die.”
With 74 million children in the US and figures unavailable, let’s estimate half get the flu. That’s 37 million, about 1 in 8 of our population. But only 358 children died—that’s 1 in 10,000—not very risky, but the risk of autism when tiny infants are vaccinated approaches 1 in 45 and doctors can hardly find a case of autism in those who weren’t vaccinated. (1st link)
Those with flu who died were mostly in hospitals—a risky place because there’s no specific medicine to kill a virus. Antibiotics are frequently given, but they risk adverse drug reactions that are now a leading cause of death, (JAMA, 4-15-98)
The CDC admits those at highest risk are native Americans and Eskimos, very young, and those with asthma, an allergic disease linked to unrecognized causes like dairy products after mothers didn’t nurse their babies, says Richard Ruhling, MD, a retired physician who taught Health Science at Loma Linda University.
One response to this article said the CDC won’t study this is because they hold the patents on 20 vaccines, http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/examining-rfk-jrs-claim-cdc-owns-over-20-vaccine-patents
What damnable corruption!