Anti-Vaccine-Safety Blogs Desperate Over Thorsen/US CDC Autism Research Fraud

The rabid anti-vaccine-safety loons on Kev Leitch and Matt’s anti-vaccine-safety blog LeftBrainRightBrain have desperately republished a list of studies compiled by the American Association of Pediatrics in a vain attempt to counter the damaging revelations of the alleged fraud by autism-vaccine researcher Poul Thorsen: [US Prosecutors Seek Extradition of Madsen MMR/Autism Denmark Study Author for US$1m MMR & Mercury Autism Research Fraud]

LBRB and the AAP claim the published studies are evidence there is no causal association between vaccines and autistic conditions: [pdf download  AAP List of Studies]

Unfortunately for the AAP and LeftBrainRightBrain, the very first study cited in the AAP list is the Budzyn study from Poland.  It is a study even LeftBrainRightBrain admitted when originally published is junk research.  This also raises serious questions about the reliability of the AAP and their ability to discern valid from invalid research. The Budzyn paper is Lack of Association Between Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccination and Autism in Children: A Case-Control Study Mrozek-Budzyn D, Kiełtyka A, Majewska R. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2010 May;29(5):397-400.

This is what LBRB said about the Budzyn dud paper when it first came out:-

To be honest, I don’t think these results are consistent with previous, large population studies of MMR and autism. An odds ratio of 0.17 (meaning you are six times more likely to be autistic if you didn’t get the MMR) should have been picked up.”

And the LBRB reviewer “Sullivan” added in the comments:-

If you look at only the kids who were never vaccinated for Measles—8 children (8%) in the autism group were never vaccinated for MMR. Only 1 in the control group (0.5%). If one were to use those numbers alone, the uncorrected “odds” of autism associated with MMR would be 16:1.”

Additionally, all the papers are cited as evidence of no association between MMR vaccination and autistic conditions.  But we now know as a result of admissions by US Government Officials and decisions of the US Federal Court that it is not just MMR vaccine but all vaccines which can and do cause autistic conditions.

If you read nothing else we strongly recommend you read this: PDF Download – Text of May 5th 2008 email from US HRSA to Sharyl Attkisson of CBS News].  In it the US Health Resources Services Administration [HRSA] state to CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson:

We have compensated cases in which children exhibited an encephalopathy, or general brain disease. Encephalopathy may be accompanied by a medical progression of an array of symptoms including autistic behavior, autism, or seizures.

Despite all the lies and deceit by health official worldwide, the question “do vaccines cause autism” was answered after the Hannah  Poling story broke in the USA in February 2008 [see CHS article here].  Hannah developed an autistic condition after 9 vaccines administered the same day.  Under the media spotlight numerous US health officials and agencies conceded on broadcast US nationwide TV news from CBS and CNN. Full details with links to the original sources can be found in this CHS article: Vaccination Causes Autism – Say US Government & Merck’s Director of Vaccines. [Blue Text added 10 April 2011]

5 Responses

  1. Posted again with corrections! Please remove the previous post

    I had no idea that the study from my country “Lack of Association Between Measles-Mumps-Rubella Vaccination and Autism in Children: A Case-Control Study” is so famous!

    some additional comments about this irrelevant study:
    – ” The risk for vaccinated versus nonvaccinated (independent of vaccine type) was 0.28 (95% CI: 0.10-0.76)” – in the original paper published in Poland* authors describe that the non-vaccinated children were exempted from vaccination due to health problems and developmental delays! Those were sick children already, probably neurological issues.. To use them as an argument for “no-correlation” is SICK

    – secondly, in Poland since 1999 monovalent vaccine against mumps was recommended (meaning not mandatory and not refunded) at the same age as the monovalent vaccine against measles. The study does not check whether the children vaccinated with monovalent vaccine against measles got at the same time monovalent vaccine against mumps.

    – thirdly: in the time period from which the very small number of children was selected, the usage of monovalent measles vs MMR was 3:1,

    – last but not least, both authors are employees of the National Health Institut in Poland – institution engaged in tracking down unvaccinated children and threatening them with legal actions

    *original study in Polish here:

  2. 9 vaccines on the same day?

    That is sheer bloody madness!

    I hate big pharma with a passion.

  3. Colin Bishop

    Only 9: according to Paul Offit, high priest of vaccinology, 10 or 100,000 would be perfectly safe and David Salisbury, the UK Department of Health’s head of immunisation has more modestly stated that 1,000 at a time would be OK.

    To date he hasn’t offered his own backside.

  4. Superb article I have just posted it onto lbrb as some of the postings are not true.First post I have ever had moderated by lbrb??

    Sniffer Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    April 15th, 2011
    I say,the above posts are very obfuscatory.The article copied below is more illuminating.


    Click to EditRequest Deletion

  5. Has anyone performed any statistically proven research of the impact of removing tonsils on kids on the spectrum?

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