In the wake of John McCain’s statement preceding the Texas primary that there is “strong evidence” of a link between vaccine preservatives and the rising incidence of autism, the number of writers attacking the conclusion with such certainty is stunning. How do they know the connection is a myth?
David Kirby(author of autism tome Evidence of Harm) was on for another enlightening appearance surveying the issue, and blogged about the appearance on Huffington Post:
He said the rise of cases is indisputable, meaning it’s not just better diagnosis, we have more autism in America today than we had 10 or 15 years ago. He’s trying to figure out what is going on. He recognizes there is a national emergency. It may not be the mercury in the vaccines, it may not be the vaccines at all, but, until we get to the bottom of this it’s refreshing, to say the least, to hear a politician out there talking about what a lot of other people are talking about.
At some point, if you want to get into some of the studies that are coming out, McCain — who’s been blasted in the last 24 hours, taking more “incoming” that I’ve received in 5 years in just 24 hours — he is referring to actual studies that have been published by very top flight scientists. And he has a very good medical and science staff. He would not have made this statement flippantly, and, it didn’t come out of nowhere.
Full transcript of appearance here…
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