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I got to remember right field have written a book called -- disregard.
Autism and vaccines have -- and tragedy the joins us from Austin, Texas tomorrow and up towards field.
Good morning don't Mario.
I'm very well this morning thank you very much grace go down here in Austin.
What do you -- -- Austin.
Well I setting up a new initiative to coordinate the search across a number of autism organizations -- -- the questions that.
The federal agencies don't seem to want to address tonight is what's actually -- The epidemic of the pandemic of autism worldwide.
So that's my my remit over the next five to ten years.
-- We'll forward move forward talk about -- -- callous disregard.
All of part of I don't know -- made about an image which will not be much of a stretch northward through.
All know what happened.
To get -- into a war where are now.
Well what we did dawn was we did -- -- as physicians we listen to parents.
All damaged children.
We listen to parents who had been previously ignored by the medical profession largely.
Kids who had received a vaccine had been previously normal who had regressed into autism and -- bowel problems.
-- took about problems seriously and we discovered a new valve disease thanks to the parents.
We then took the vaccine issue very seriously and investigated that as we should have done I'm afraid calling into question the safety of vaccines.
Is it is killing the sick.
It cough and that -- all kinds of problems -- your practicing and London right.
That's right to -- and -- a bunch of parent you were trading.
Where his parents of children rubble tells them.
That's right they didn't get children who informal -- a -- been normal for the first two years of life.
And then sometime in the second year of life they had received a vaccine in many cases they had -- and lost that skill speech language interaction with -- siblings and -- is.
And had become autistic and I said look I know nothing about autism because when I was -- medical school it was so -- How could -- possibly help.
They said -- white kid has terrible bowel problems -- twelve times today bloating pain.
Banging -- head against the -- -- hopeful -- what vaccination moguls is one particular vaccination or serves Obama won.
It'll say in the UK what seemed to be the triggering factor was the MMR vaccine that they -- veteran pro to -- -- -- MM arm.
Measles mumps and -- -- it's a combination vaccine -- live viruses.
Thousands -- -- something can be contained in this vaccine.
All that triggered the autism do you think like -- -- solo on.
Either live -- vaccines do not contain find ourselves -- You're quite right -- to bring attention to it because the vaccines that children receive in advance of -- the MMR vaccine starting on day one of life in this country in the nineties.
A contain a Mercury preservative found ourselves and of course that -- -- Have a it's a powerful a toxin that can damage the immune system it can damage the brain.
And so the question -- is it a combination.
Of the vaccines that children receive culminating in for example.
And MMR vaccine at fifteen months that just -- -- over the edge now we don't know who.
But that is a very reasonable hypothesis it's consistent with what we.
Note that these toxins and it is certainly something that has to be investigated but which has not.
To date been adequately investigate.
Talk Rudolph -- -- from Paulson touches this book is entitled Kelso should guard so.
All sort of new -- and actually do well established well but there hasn't -- decide whether there is a definitive -- The trend double bubble ball doesn't and is actually Shahzad is correct.
That is correct it is scientific level we are still seeking to do you define that evidence but that is so -- -- you wrote a paper.
That was published some sort of medical journal and and Great Britain what it would -- medical -- almost -- It was in the -- There's a very well known and widely read -- it would you let's candlelight.
Hello World order under comparable to -- here in this country.
It would be comparable to the New England Journal and that's OK and your predators are bludgeoned him.
Your papers so multi polarity of the paper was a very simple paper it is simply reported.
The history all of the children according to that parents.
So it made no claims except for the fact that we -- observed a new viral disease in these children so.
Where's they've gone on investigated in the process.
The claims of the parents about the -- there -- the -- has not been taken seriously.
When we did our job when we took -- seriously when these two rumored investigated by my clinical colleagues.
We found about -- and that was treatable and that made the -- of these children very much better.
So unless -- won't -- sentence.
Was it implicit in their publishing -- All.
-- where they endorsing -- very.
No they were merely putting a new idea -- -- that as journal food to.
And this idea it was really to generate new hypothesis to investigate the course of this problem.
Seek confirmation of the mechanism of what was going on and to provide treatment the treatment target for these children that's.
Much needed treatment target for children who have been historically largely ignore.
So later they felt compelled to do what about your article.
Well when today when the vaccine issue blew off.
At the behest of freelance journalist who concocted a most extraordinary story around.
Claiming that the paper and amounts it was paid for by -- which it was not the most single penny of money from lawyers went to pay for that paper it was simply technical paper.
Based on the clinical findings.
The -- -- decided at that stage in order to distance themselves in order to put fear of new war to between them.
And the contentious issue of MMR vaccine causing -- them.
Then that they.
They argue that we should retract or its popular track -- paper.
That is the interpretation the vaccines cause -- -- -- we never made that claim in the paper it was logically impossible to return to.
And so the criticism you all also were tolerant ultra underwear -- longer prepared for a complicated.
Confusing -- from a raging.
Debate in this country.
Ball over the -- but there is in -- electrical and -- -- what you -- And no charge Mercury contained in Lexington both of those electrical and out and -- -- vulnerable to some.
-- backdrop dollars short so so the criticism -- view them also subsequently and Great Britain jerked her medical licenses aren't.
They did and what happened to me was really the way in which science and Madson and establishment has dealt with descend.
For years and years and you won't know like you have tons of them are -- Well they -- they did it on a series of charges saying that we conducted unethical experimentation on these children we did not.
We diligently and appropriate investigate that clinical symptoms bitumen not experimented on.
They were investigated because they was sick and because they had presenting bowel symptoms a neurological symptoms they were investigated by one of the best.
Medical teams in the world and the founding father of pediatric gastroenterology.
And here we had people on a panel no expertise in this whatsoever.
Trying to second guess the opinion of one of the world's leading doctors and his medical team.
All the members -- agenda on -- par and well I'm afraid that after reading that decision I came to the conclusion -- kick -- and an ambiguous conclusion.
That the decision had been taken in advance of -- office even presenting evidence that this was the conclusion that they were gonna come to -- we were guilty.
And that came from Prussia I'm quite actual from the government and elsewhere.
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