One in a series "Killing Christians Through Better Medicine".
Earlier this year British expert Dr Andrew Wakefield and molecular pathologist Professor John O'Leary established a possible link between the measles virus, autism and a related bowel disorder. They found fragments of the measles virus from the MMR jab in the guts of autistic children who also suffer a rare form of bowel disease.
Now scientists at Utah State University, have reported finding a strong association between the MMR vaccine and an autoimmune reaction which is thought to play a role in autism.
The team led by Dr Vijendra Singh analysed
blood samples from 125 autistic children and 92 children who did not have autism. Dr
Singh, is an acknowledged expert with more than 20 years experience of immunology
In 75 of the 92 autistic children they
found antibodies showing there had been an abnormal reaction to the measles component of
the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine. Nine out of ten of those children were also
positive for antibodies thought to be involved in autism.
None of the non-autistic children showed
the unusual anti-measles response.
But incredibly, the UK Government's Chief
Medical Officer and the British Medical Association, both still insist there is a wealth
of scientific evidence that the triple jab is the safest way to protect children.
As these comments reveal, the new evidence
has the Government and the BMJ fighting a rearguard action to keep the lid on the
They sensibly conclude: 'Stemming from this evidence, we suggest that an
inappropriate antibody response to MMR, specifically the measles component thereof, might
be related to pathogenesis of autism.'