We are a 501(c)3 for health & wellness research. We are currently raising money for a study on the causes of autism in the Wisconsin area to be conducted by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health. Any donations to this site will be used to make future research possible.
This study is important for a couple reasons: First, it will answer the most obvious question: Are there any links between autism and vaccinations? While it’s too early to tell, this is a very promising area that could eventually lead to treatments for the disorder. Second, this research could allow us to understand what factors contribute to autism. While our findings may not point to any obvious culprits, it’s still possible that vaccines play a role in the disorder.
The research is funded by the National Institutes of Health, but the reason for this is because the study’s researchers also wanted to see if the link between autism and vaccinations was true. While that was not the case, the researchers do believe that it is likely. It is also very likely that vaccines don’t cause autism because there is ample evidence that autism is caused by a combination of environmental factors plus genetics.
While its not likely that vaccines play a role in autism, it is very likely that the link between vaccines and autism is false, and the researchers want to show that. What they’ve done is taken a bunch of “autistic” kids and tested them again with the same vaccines. Of course, once again, the researchers were able to find that the kids who didn’t get the vaccines had a better chance of having a normal life.
So far this year the researchers have found that the kids that got the vaccines did better in every way, including IQ test scores. They also found that the kids who got the vaccines didn’t seem to have as many issues related to their diet. The researchers are trying to determine if the same is true for autistic kids.
The researchers are now asking kids with autism to get a test called the DAN-B. It’s an IQ test that shows the kids’ cognitive abilities level. The researchers found that the kids who got the vaccines did better on the DAN-B. It’s also important to note that the kids that got the vaccines did better on the test than the kids who didn’t get the vaccines. So what’s going on? The researchers are not saying that the vaccines are causing autism.
The first question to ask is if the kids that got the vaccines had any symptoms. If they did, then they were just lucky. But if they did not have symptoms, then they were not sick and were simply lucky. The second question to ask is how often the kids have these symptoms. If they do, then the researchers are right in saying that the vaccines are not causing autism. If they do not have these symptoms, then they are suffering from some sort of brain damage.
The truth is that no matter how many studies are written, and no matter how much evidence is presented, no matter how many times the same argument is presented, it does not change the fact that these vaccines are causing autism. The question that needs to be asked is “Why is no one talking about it?” Because the answer is that we do not want to talk about it. Because it is so bad that we would prefer that autism was not an epidemic that had to be addressed.
The truth is that what our children are suffering from is real. And the truth is that there is a vaccine that not only causes autism, but that it causes multiple other diseases as well. This has been true for years, and it is why the government is now coming out with their own vaccine, and why there’s a vaccine being pushed in some states.
Yes, this vaccine is made with ingredients that have been linked to the deaths of at least one person every week for the past two years. The vaccine for this is even more dangerous because it does not just cause autism; it causes the immune system to attack the brain’s white matter that supports the brain cells. This can cause severe brain damage, and if it’s not diagnosed and treated quickly, it can even lead to death.