American autism rates up 30% in 2 years

The percentage of American kids with autism jumped 30 percent in two years, according to new data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday which found that 1 in 68 children had autism spectrum disorder in 2010, up from 1 in 88 children in 2008.

That’s based on a survey of medical records in 8-year-olds from 11 communities throughout the U.S. When the CDC started its surveillance of these communities back in 2000, the incidence of autism was 1 in 150 children.

But CDC officials couldn’t explain specific reasons for the rise. “It may be that we’re getting better at identifying autism,” said Coleen Boyle, director of the CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities during a press briefing. “We do feel like some of this has to do with how children are identified, diagnosed, and served in their communities.”…

Where do they find such heartless bastards.

The single biggest risk factor for late-onset autism is a lack of antioxidants in the blood, and vitamin D is an effective preventative for that condition:

Mercury is STILL in certain flu vaccines, which are given every year:

Last but not least, autism is an autoimmune disease and vaccines contains immune-stimulating adjuvants combined with cellular detritus from the growth medium, which is often derived from HUMAN and simian cells lines.  MMR growth medium is derived from human cells: . Thus the mechanism of action connecting MMR to autism might be analogous to that of the tetanus-hCG anti-pregnancy vaccine that the WHO is pushing in africa (see my earlier post): the mixture of an immune-stimulating ingredient (adjuvant with MMR, tetanus toxoid with antipregnancy vaccine) with human cell proteins or human chorionic gonadotropin causes the body to react to the presence of the latter ingredient.  Is it any wonder that MMR is correlated with autism?  They’re training the child’s immune system to reject human proteins.

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