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  1. DisgruntledTunaFan

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    NO AUTISM In Never-Vaccinated Children

    NO AUTISM In
    Never-Vaccinated Children


    Dear Drs. Eisenstein and Bradstreet:

    Re: Dan Olmsted

    In Chicago, Homefirst Medical Services treats thousands of never- vaccinated children whose parents received exemptions through Illinois' relatively permissive immunization policy. Homefirst's medical director, Dr. Mayer Eisenstein, told us he is not aware of any cases of autism in never-vaccinated children; the national rate is 1 in 175, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "We have a fairly large practice," Eisenstein told us. "We have about 30,000 or 35,000 children that we've taken care of over the years, and I don't think we have a single case of autism in children delivered by us who never received vaccines. "We do have enough of a sample," Eisenstein said. "The numbers are too large to not see it. We would absolutely know. We're all family doctors. If I have a child with autism come in, there's no communication. It's frightening. You can't touch them. It's not something that anyone would miss."

    Now that you've told us what you "think", when will you collect the facts and publish the results?

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    " Dr. Jeff Bradstreet, a Florida family practitioner with ties to families who homeschool their children for religious reasons, told Age of Autism he has proposed such a study in that group. "I said I know I can tap into this community and find you large numbers of unvaccinated homeschooled," said Bradstreet, "and we can do simple prevalence and incidence studies in them, and my gut reaction is that you're going to see no autism in this group.""

    Now that you've told us what you "can" do, when will you do it and publish the results?

    Sincerely yours,

    Philip Rudnick, PhD
    Professor Emeritus, Chemistry
    West Chester University of Pennsylvania


    Dan Olmsted

    Dan Olmsted
    "A specter is haunting the medical and journalism establishments of the United States: Where are the unvaccinated people with autism?" ---Dan Olmsted

    [Dan Olmsted did the research the vaccine industry and media refused to do and found little or no autism in the unvaccinated Amish and Homefirst Medical Services children.]

    Web: AGE OF AUTISM

    "I have not seen autism with the Amish," said Dr. Frank Noonan, a family practitioner in Lancaster County, Pa., who has treated thousands of Amish for a quarter-century. "You'll find all the other stuff, but we don't find the autism. We're right in the heart of Amish country and seeing none, and that's just the way it is."

    In Chicago, Homefirst Medical Services treats thousands of never-vaccinated children whose parents received exemptions through Illinois' relatively permissive immunization policy. Homefirst's medical director, Dr. Mayer Eisenstein, told us he is not aware of any cases of autism in never-vaccinated children; the national rate is 1 in 175, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "We have a fairly large practice," Eisenstein told us. "We have about 30,000 or 35,000 children that we've taken care of over the years, and I don't think we have a single case of autism in children delivered by us who never received vaccines. "We do have enough of a sample," Eisenstein said. "The numbers are too large to not see it. We would absolutely know. We're all family doctors. If I have a child with autism come in, there's no communication. It's frightening. You can't touch them. It's not something that anyone would miss."

    Dr. Jeff Bradstreet, a Florida family practitioner with ties to families who homeschool their children for religious reasons, told Age of Autism he has proposed such a study in that group. "I said I know I can tap into this community and find you large numbers of unvaccinated homeschooled," said Bradstreet, "and we can do simple prevalence and incidence studies in them, and my gut reaction is that you're going to see no autism in this group." Latest Headlines, Top News, Entertainment, Health, Science and Sports News - UPI StoryID=20060728-111605-3532r

    [Feb 2008] MMR AND THE SIMPLE TRUTH ABOUT AUTISM Does the measles- mumps-rubella vaccine cause autism? I vote yes. Of course, that's just one man's opinion * but one who's spent the last three years listening to parents and enlightened pediatricians and combing through adverse events reports and just generally trying to think for himself.

    OLMSTED, THE AMISH AND AUTISM By Mark Blaxill

    [Oct 2007] Olmsted on Autism: I'm not vaclempt!

    [April 2006] The Age of Autism: Pox -- Part 1 By Dan Olmsted
    vaccines/olm44.html

    The Age of Autism: The story so far By DAN OLMSTED

    The Age of Autism: 'A pretty big secret' By Dan Olmsted
    The Age of Autism: The Amish anomaly By Dan Olmsted

    [April 2006] The Age of Autism: Christian's mom speaks By Dan Olmsted

    The Age of Autism: Hot potato on the Hill By DAN OLMSTED copy Expect to hear all kinds of excuses, including that one, from the powers that be as to why such a conclusive study couldn't, shouldn't and really mustn't be done. Then ask yourself, Why?


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    I don't buy any of that "vaccines cause autism" claims. The more I read the stories about the poor folks living with their child's autism the more to me they sound like they are trying to put blame somewhere on someone for causing autism.

    I trust the studies that say they don't cause autism or that it is unrelated to the vaccines.
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    Autism is one of those things that are so debillatating that a lot of folks want easy answers to lay blame to a very complex medical diagnosis.. in reality blaming vaccines is an easy answer and makes little sense.

    Using the Amish is a poor control group, they do not use alcohol, drugs, use preservatives in their food, drive cars or watch TV..
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    I buy it. Is it really all that crazy to think that some man made chemicals injected into a newborn, could have some significant side effects? As a percentage, 1 out of 175 means somewhere near 99.4% of kids aren't affected. Of course, that's sounds great until you're inside that .6%. I remember my brother trying to keep his son from getting the zillion shots they give newborns. He's avoided alot of them, but some they force you to take. I'm going to follow my bro's route when I have kids. Any shots I can avoid for my someday children, I will.

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