Vaccine update: japan bans mmr

3. Anti Vaccine Doctor Discredited the Same Week as Study Proves Him Right

In the week that the doctor at the centre of the controversy over the MMR vaccine and autism was called “dishonest, irresponsible and callous” by a medical disciplinary board, a new study has been published that suggests he could be right all along. Researchers in New York have discovered that children with autism spectrum disorder also had inflammation in the ileum, part of the small intestine – the exact same discovery made by Dr. Andrew Wakefield, who may now lose his medical license following a 30-month hearing at the General Medical Council.

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WDDTY ("What Doctors Don’t Tell You", a well known and competent British publication critical of orthodox medicine) also holds that the link between vaccine and autism has already been established:

This report by the Alliance for Natural Health sheds more light on the court that decided against Dr. Wakefield:

MMR: Major mumps outbreak proves the vaccine doesn’t work

Vaccine update: japan bans mmr

01 December 1993

The mumps portion of the measles, mumps, rubella vaccine could bring on mumps, which could be transmitted to other children.

A two year old Japanese girl developed mumps shortly after being given the MMR vaccine. Nineteen days later, her nine year old sister developed mumps; the strain of the virus isolated in her was found to be identical to that contained in the vaccine. Japanese researchers reporting in The Lancet (7 August 1993) point to numerous other studies showing that the vaccine can bring on mumps.

This evidence was one reason for the Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare’s decision last April to discontinue the use of measles, mumps and rubella vaccine.

British families whose children were allegedly damaged by the whooping cough vaccine are seeking compensation in a new court case.

Jack Rabinowicz, chairman of the legal aid steering committee on whooping cough vaccine, characterized the cases, brought by 15 children, as "strong".

The new court case follows in the successful wake of the Irish case of Kenneth Best who was awarded £2.75 million in damages this year when judges ruled that he had been damaged by the combined diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus vaccine and that manufacturer Wellcome had not performed all necessary safety tests.

Intradermal or intramuscular hepatitis B vaccine may cause eosinophilia (increase in while blood cells, or leukocytes, which left untreated could result in inflammation of the sac around the heart or the brain, pooling of fluid, enlarged liver or breathing failure).

Japanese researchers from Kyushu University report on two cases of patients developing the disease after HB vaccination.

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