Posted by x
on July 26, 2000 at 19:01:09:
In Reply to: Re: What causes autism? posted by Muki on July 26, 2000 at 08:41:23:
: Its certainly not her fault. There are many theories as to the cause of autism. In my opinion the most coherent of them is Dr Goldbergs. check out the articles section at http:www.neuroimmunedr.com
: Tell your friend that most of the people on this page know the terrible feeling at diagnosis. But things can change dramatically. We use the Greenspan approach and Goldbergs medical approach and are moving nicely.
Does your doctor know the association beteen vaccines and the viruses he/ she's looking at?
Rubella vaccine linked to Epstein-Barr VirusóDr Mendelsohn MD (1987)
Many people now know about the dangers of DPT shots in babies. and they are rejecting those particular shots.
Yet, they still accept other vaccines for their children. So for those trusting souls, here is the latest evidence on
the dangers of the German measles vaccine.
A study of 200 patients with Epstein-Barr Virus (often called Yuppie disease) is scheduled for publication this
spring in the journal Medical Hypothesis. In an advance report in the San Diego Tribune (September 30. 1987).
the studyís researchers have linked EBV syndrome to exposure to the weakened. but live, rubella virus found in
the vaccine. Given to young children, the vaccine can linger in their systems for years and can be passed to
adults through casual contact.
Biomedical researcher Allen D. Allen of Algorithms. Inc. of Northridge. California, blames EBV syndrome on
Merck Sharp and Dohmeís Biavax and Meruvax vaccines which were introduced in the late 1970ís. Allen says. ĎI
can say all this attention to the (Epstein-Barr) syndrome. the public awareness. started in the early 1980ís. right
after these vaccines came out. Young adults. the ones most likely to be in contact with young children, are the
primary targets. Itís too much of a coincidence to ignore."
In a similar study. Dr. Hugh Fudenberg http://members.aol.com/nitrf, professor of immunology at the Medical
University in Charleston. South Carolina. found the same linkage in 24 patients.
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It's truly interesting to see this doctor is funded by vaccine manufacturers!!