Monday, October 1, 2012

Human DNA in Vaccines Linked to Autism?

There's a recent article in the Journal of Immunotoxicology titled "Theoretical aspects of autism: Causes--A review." The author is Helen Ratajczak, a former senior scientist at a pharmaceutical firm, who when interviewed by CBS news here stated "that for years while working in the pharmaceutical industry, she was restricted as to what she was allowed to publish. "I'm retired now," she told CBS News. "I can write what I want." "  Ms. Ratajczak went back to 1943 when autism was first documented and reviewed all the theories of its cause.  She also looked at human DNA being used in vaccines, which started after Thimersol was removed from most of them.  She found an increase in autism incidences corresponding with the introduction of human DNA. 

What I find amazing is that the doctor brought into counter the findings, Dr. Storm from Penn who sits on the Institute for Medicine's vaccine safety board, states that he's unware of any human DNA in vaccines.  But goes on to say that "Even if human DNA were then found in vaccines, it does not mean that they cause autism." Ratajczak agrees that nobody has proven DNA causes autism; but argues nobody has shown the opposite, and scientifically, the case is still open."

Here is another link to a story on the same article:


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  2. Ugh, so not surprised. The things they put in vaccines would shock most people, quite sadly.

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