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In 2005 Center for Disease Control (CDC) Director Dr. Julie Gerberding said that a study of autism rates among vaccinated and unvaccinated children "could be done and should be done" to help settle the ongoing debate. But the CDC never ordered the study. Why not? For years the medical economic complex has belittled the idea that vaccines, especially the MMR, might be part of the rising tide of autism in our children. If a crack ever appeared in this façade, the whole damn of denial might break.

Dr. Gerberding said that such a study was too hard to do because it's too hard to find enough unvaccinated children. This was due to "very high levels of vaccination... record immunization levels,". Generation Rescue and Survey USA have proven her wrong.

Survey USA found almost 1,000 unvaccinated children living in nine counties in California and Oregon. They were commissioned by Generation Rescue, and completed telephone interviews in 11,817 households with one or more children age 4 to 17. Of the 17,674 children inventoried, 991 were described as being completely unvaccinated.

The survey results showed that, among boys, vaccinated children were 224% more likely to have ADHD, 155% more likely to have a neurological disorder, and 61% more likely to have autism. Among boys aged 11-18, the increased autism risk was 112%.

These numbers are certainly striking. They aren't the conclusion of a 'scientific' study but are very important for a couple of reasons. First, the methodology that Survey USA used was based on the same model that the CDC has used in past studies for autism and ADHD. This information can't be ignored. Either the results will be confirmed or denied by a comprehensive population study. Second, it was not that difficult to find unvaccinated children.

Are you listening Dr. Gerberding?


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