Vaccine Court Tacitly Admits Vaccines Cause Autism


Without admitting it, the United States “vaccine court” has admitted that vaccines cause autism.

The Federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (aka, the absolve Big Pharma of liability at your expense program) has awarded millions of dollars to two children with autism-related disorders. It’s a tacit admission that the vaccines administered to them caused their symptoms, which the court determined fell within the bounds of autism spectrum disorder.

One child suffered a “severe and debilitating injury to his brain” following a round of vaccinations from 2003 to 2005. The vaccine linked specifically to the injury was the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine, the court ruled.

The other child was afflicted following a severe reaction to the DTaP vaccine given when she was 15 months old. At the time she also received the MMR, HiB and Prevnar vaccines.

The children were each awarded multimillion dollars in damages. But most of the information in these two cases is being blocked by the government. What little has been made public is available here.

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