Evidence linking mercury from vaccines and autism
In the last twenty years the percentage of children who have one of the disorders in the field of autism, a condition associated with biological and neurochemical abnormalities of the brain has significantly increased. Vaccine producers are aware of the hazards associated with different vaccines, but for the sake of profit hide them from the public. This is proven by the case of scientists, biochemists and Professor Brian Hooker, whose son suffers from autism-related vaccine thimerosal, a preservative that contains mercury. Hooker, after ten years of requests to the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), thanks to the Law on Freedom of Information, managed to get carefully concealed documents showing that thimerosal in vaccines used in flu shots given to pregnant women and children can cause autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders.
Hooker has collaborated with two other members of Congress to put together a letter to the CDC which eventually resulted in the documents. Data on 400,000 children born between 1991 and 1997 analyzed by CDC's epidemiologist Thomas Verstraeten show that in 2000 the CDC's officials were informed of the existence of a very high risk of autism, sleep disorders and disorders in speech after exposure to thimerosal.
When the results of the Verstraeten study first published outside the CDC in 2005 there was no evidence that anyone other than Dr. Verstraeten know the very high rate of risk of autism after exposure to the vaccine during early childhood. The evidence is now quite clear. The document was published in 1999 under the name of 'increased risk of occurrence of neurological damage after exposure to vaccines containing thimerosal during the first months of life' had to be approved by the heads of the CDC.
Thimerosal is used in 60 percent of flu vaccines
CDC has rejected the association between thimerosal and neurological disorders. Although the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given a deadline of two years for the removal of mercury preservatives from vaccines after neurotoxin banned in 1999, those requests were rejected by the manufacturer of the vaccine, but it is still used in 60 percent of the vaccine flu.
The vaccines industry received the documents from the DCD who showed statistically significant risk of autism associated with the vaccine preservative which the DCD still denies. The FDA does not require that the ingredients that make up less than 1 percent of the products revealed on the label, but there are many products that may contain thimerosal, and consumers will never know.
Thimerosal, which is made up of 50% mercury was used in all vaccines for children and vaccines for pregnant women until 2000. The CDC maintains that there is no connection between vaccines and autism, although data from their database of the security of vaccines clearly show that there is a very high risk.
We must ensure that this and other evidence of incorrect work of the Centre for Disease Control are as soon as possible presented to Congress and the general public. The future of children is at stake, we must protect the most valuable things, such as children's minds. Our officials must be informed of the corruption that doctors and patients remain in the dark as far as the risk of vaccine - said Hooker.
The toxic effects of Thimerosal
Thimerosal is a mercury compound that is known as human carcinogen, mutagen (factors that cause mutations), teratogenic (a substance that can cause birth defects) and disruptor or switch the immune system and reproductive toxin without established toxicological safe level of exposure for humans. There are dozens of scientific studies on the harmful effects of thimerosal, including gastrointestinal abnormalities and abnormalities of the immune system.
In Croatia, the vaccination of children is mandatory.
In Croatia, the vaccination of children is a legal obligation, while in many Western European countries parents left the decision whether they want to vaccinate their children.
States where vaccination is completely optional are Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
States in which the vaccination is mandatory at least one vaccine are Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Malta, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Croatia.