Former head of National Institutes of Health on Vaccine-Autism link

In a 2008 interview, former head of the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Bernadine Healy, was — like government expert Dr. Andrew Zimmerman — already of the belief that vaccines may trigger autism in certain susceptible children. The late Dr. Healy was a cardiologist and pro-vaccine scientist.

Watch Dr. Healy’s interview here:

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Former head of NIH, Dr. Bernadine Healy, in an interview with investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson at CBS News in 2008

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4 thoughts on “Former head of National Institutes of Health on Vaccine-Autism link”

  1. Wow. Someone with ethics and honesty to discuss this issue in an understandable manner is so refreshing. Informed consent requires that a full disclosure is given to the patient or their guardian. Parents have a right to know and it’s so easy to say it only happens to a fraction of the children is fine until it’s your child. We can’t address a problem until research reveals the facts and all the facts are considered. Vaccines are needed but so is safety. Great reporting and many thanks to your guest.

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