Blockbuster: CDC quietly removes website headline that claimed "Vaccines do not cause autism" 

zaidpub (old blog)
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CDC and The Department of Justice Secretly Settled and Paid a Landmark Vaccine-Autism Claim In 2008,
CDC secretly settled and paid a landmark vaccine-autism claim, acknowledging that vaccines triggered autism in a child named Hannah Poling, while publicly telling parents and the rest of the public there was no link.
Poling’s father is a pediatric neurologist. In paying the claim, CDC demanded the case be sealed. But the news leaked out. Hannah developed autism quickly after a doctor’s visit where she received five shots– – nine doses of vaccines. She quickly came down with a fever, seizures and severe health problems. Read more about Poling’s story
The Government’s Own Expert At The Time says Vaccines Can Cause Autism, After All We only learned recently that the government’s own one-time lead expert in defending vaccine-autism claims in court, the world renowned pediatric neurologist Dr. Andrew Zimmerman, changed his expert opinion based on new science and concluded vaccines can– and do — cause autism, after all, in “exceptional” cases.
In a sworn affidavit, Dr. Zimmerman says that when he informed the government (through Department of Justice attorneys who defend vaccine companies in court) that vaccines can cause autism, the government fired him as an expert witness and misrepresented his opinion in court to use against cases alleging vaccine-autism injuries.
Dr. Zimmerman had treated Hannah Poling, the daughter of his colleague Dr. Jon Poling, and said the science he learned, in that case, was part of how he came to understand that vaccines can cause autism. Read Dr. Zimmerman’s affidavit here.
Bottom Line:  The CDC does not work for you …. 
Blockbuster: CDC quietly removes website headline that claimed “Vaccines do not cause autism” — Health & Wellness —