Mercury in Vaccines Linked to Autism Epidemic

Are you prepared to line up with the rest of the unthinking crowds and have poisons injected into you or your children, only to find out later that it was just a big mistake?

Runaway healthcare costs became an issue in the US election. Is that a surprise? Seniors surpassed wayward teens as Americas biggest drug lawbreakers, crossing over to Canada to get cheaper supplies. In 2004, Merck withdrew its arthritis drug Vioxx, which spawned lawsuits. Lurking beneath the headlines was Wall Streets worry that Big Pharmas pipeline of new drugs looked dry. The S&P 500 Pharmaceutical index fell 9.5 per cent for the year.

Read Merck Withdraws Arthritis Medication.

This year, as if they learned nothing in the intervening years, GlaxoSmithKline was assessed a 3 billion dollar fine after they admitted to the biggest health care fraud in history the temptation is too big, and they just cannot help themselves. I suspect that the fine is not going to amount to much more than a minor setback.

Read GlaxoSmithKline to pay $3 billion fine after pleading guilty to healthcare fraud the biggest in U.S. history.

One controversy looks likely to fester. Big Pharma would love to put it to rest, but the April publication of a well-researched book is likely to push it to the fore. The debate centers on whether the use of the toxin mercury as a preservative in vaccines for infants has played a role in the surge in autism cases.

No answer proving or disproving a link has emerged, but in the book Evidence of Harm: Mercury in Vaccines and the Autism Epidemic author David Kirby sympathizes with the drug industry’s opponents: the parents of children with autism who cannot otherwise account for it. There is an effective solution for the heavy metal toxicity: Zeolite.

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Author: Life Enthusiast