Whistleblowing CDC Scientist linked MMR Vaccine to Autism; Data Omitted from Critical Research

A fierce debate has swept over western nations about the reliability of vaccination and the possible links to autism. TruthInMedia.com published an article in 2015 covering the story of a former CDC Scientist claiming data of vaccine trials and autism links were “trashed.” The now whistleblower, Dr. William Thompson first drew attention to the admission in 2014, but received little media coverage.

In his original statement he announced statistical omitting in research published. “I regret that my co-authors and I omitted statistically significant information in our 2004 article published in the journal ‘Pediatrics’,” Thompson had announced.

“The omitted data suggested that African American males who received the MMR (mumps, measles and rubella) vaccine before age 36 months were at increased risk for autism. Decisions were made regarding the findings of the report as the data was collected and I believe that the final study protocol was not followed.”

But it was only after he was secretly recorded by another doctor, did Thompson come clean. It was following this he hired an attorney specializing in whistleblower cases, and presented Congress with the necessary evidence – as many as 100,000 documents – some sources have said to Truth In Media. Documents that were originally thrown into a trashcan only to be retrieved later out of fear of DOJ repercussions.


 

Since the article a documentary has been filmed over the claims by Thompson and some of his colleagues, to examine the documents and expert opinions. You can view the documentary here.

For several years now an ongoing debate civil protest has occurred between authorities and anti-vaxxers In some countries, leading campaigners have canceled talks amid security concerns, while governments are introducing compulsory vaccination in order to enroll children into childcare programs and school. The heavy handed approach is justified by local government claiming a rise in whooping cough and other diseases, though data suggests infected patients have already been immunized previously. The debate, which could be put to rest with more extensive and solid research, is to only become more fierce as parents worry for the safety of their children.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*