MMR Vaccine and African American Males
A few weeks ago while doing research on an article about the health risk of Flu vaccine that contained Thimerosel (see www.theartofwarogers.info) I came across alarming research showing evidence that African American males who received the MMR vaccine for Measles and Mumps before 36 months of age had a 340% increase risk of having Autism.
This information was kept in rap, it got pass my radar. It seems that on August 27th 2014 Dr. William W. Thompson, Ph.D a Senior Scientist with the Centers for Disease Control gave a press conference where he reviled that scientist at CDC had knowledge of evidence of an alarming rate of autism cases in children receiving the MMR vaccine before reaching 3 years of age.
According to documents provided by Dr. Thompson to independent researchers evidence that the rate of autism cases in African American males who received the MMR vaccine before reaching 36 months was two to three times greater than any other groups researched; was known as early as 2003.
It might seem strange that CDC would keep this research buried for twelve years. Not so strange if you remember that CDC which was created in the early 1960’s only reviled the Tuskege Syphills Study in 1972. The Tuskege Syphills study began in 1932 when 339 African American men took part in a study that focused on the results of untreated syphilis. The study was conducted be the Public Health Service (later to become CDC).
A CDC scientist leaked the syphilis study to the press, and a New York Times story in July 23rd 1972 became one of many articles that forced CDC to terminate the study. Most of the 339 Black men who participated in the study had died but their wives and children were also infected over a forty year period.
The evidence provided to congress by Dr. Thompson connecting autism with early MMR vaccinations to African American males is now public record. The important thing to remember is if you or someone close to you is expecting a child, especially a African American male child, research now provides evidence that MMR vaccinations before 36 moths is not recommended.
I advise expecting parents to do your research. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on this subject or call the Ki Center at 646 39-6727
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