Summary of “The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.” (Transcript below) Read a transcript of my first interview with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on CBS News July 14, 2005 Watch my Full Measure report with Kennedy and bipartisan […]
Through July 19, 2021, the government has paid 1,045 cases of Encephalitis/Encephalopathy and 1,068 cases of Seizure Disorder after vaccination These cases include some autism cases, but the government says it does not track how many To date, more than
CDC’s immunization safety director says it’s a “possibility” that vaccines rarely trigger autism but “it’s hard to predict who those children might be.” (They’re not even trying.) [This article was first published on Sept. 2, 2014] A CDC senior epidemiologist stepped
In March, the federal government removed the latest vaccine injury court statistics—more than a year’s worth of data—from one of its publicly reported charts. It was an abrupt departure from the normal practice of updating the figures monthly. Wiping the
A top federal health official recently acknowledged a difficult reality: vaccines may rarely trigger autism in susceptible children. Quantifying how often that happens is a challenge. Clues can be found among vaccine brain injuries. While very rare, claims of vaccine-induced
Lehigh Valley’s “The Morning Call” in Allentown, Penn. profiles the case of Sarah Behie, whose symptoms began three weeks after she got a flu shot. Eventually, the 20-year old’s condition deteriorated until she was partially paralyzed and living in hospitals
Vaccine-injured children who end up with autism are quietly winning their cases in federal court, but only when they focus on using the more general terminology of “brain damage” rather than calling it “autism.” Take the tragic case of little Elias Tembenis.