posted on Jan, 16 2014 @ 03:30 AM
All I had to do was read some of the packages insert where it list's autism as an adverse reaction. I mean, you did read all of the different insert
for the vaccines right, not to mention the almost 3 billion $ vaccine court has paid out. civil courts in other countries have determined that some
cases of autism was caused by the shots. You are about to see probably before the 2nd quarter of this year that autism will be classified into
different categories, with vaccine induced autism accounting for about 60-70%. How do I know this? Because I am involved with a company that just
finished a phase 3 clinical trial regarding this. The results will be out very soon and it is going to be very clear what's up with these kids.
clinicaltrials.gov Curemark is the company. Good luck to you
So that's your "evidence"?
A reported adverse event on packaging? (And it's "adverse event" not "adverse reaction").
You do understand what a reported adverse event is don't you?
Just to make it clear for you as you obviously don't, a reported event is one which has happened in a certain amount of time after a medication has
IT DOES NOT HAVE TO HAVE BEEN CAUSED BY THAT MEDICATION TO HAVE BEEN REPORTED.
These events can be reported by anyone to VAERS
Autism isn't caused by vaccinations, as the real scientific testing shows us that there is no association.
That's using real studies and obtaining real evidence which is reproducible and verifiable.
That's what counts.
As for the US courts, not one has accepted that autism was caused by the vaccine. Check up on them please.
The ONE case in Italy which did refused any evidence from an independent medical advisor and just accepted the plaintiff's argument without reproach.
Check up on this please.
I'd like to add that would you accept a medical diagnosis from a lawyer?
Didn't think so.
So why would you accept a medical finding from them?
I have to assume that you're not involved in any of the R&D aspect at Curemark as the phase II and III studies are about safety and efficacy of a
specific compound in treating some forms of autism and nothing to do with a vaccine/autism link.
How these studies would prove an association with vaccine and autism is completely beyond any realm of wonder.