(Natural News) Those in favor of vaccines, including government mouthpieces like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), insist that these medical interventions carry very few side effects, and that the benefits far outweigh any risks. Nonetheless, the public at large is never really given the opportunity to make that assessment individually, because those who try to warn others about the dangers of vaccines are dismissed as conspiracy theorists.
Despite this, as noted by the Global Research Centre, there are at least four areas of concern when it comes to vaccines: autism, Alzheimer’s disease, aluminum and autoimmune disorders.
When parents report that their cognitively normal children have started exhibiting disturbing changes in behavior after a vaccine and have been diagnosed as autistic, there is often a media backlash and insistence that the parents are talking rubbish.
However, Health Impact News reported that despite the medical community’s “hear no evil, see no evil” attitude, there are no fewer than 49 scientific studies confirming a link between vaccines and autism. And those studies stretch all the way back to 1943, when a Dr. Kanner noted that 11 children became “withdrawn, uncommunicative and displayed … odd behaviors” – a group of symptoms later referred to as “autism” – after receiving the smallpox vaccine.