Millions of American Children Disabled

In response to an article in Pediatrics, June 2006
Emotional, Developmental, and Behavioral Health of American Children and Their Families: A Report From the 2003 National Survey of Children's Health

Slowly but surely, the epidemic of chronic disease and disability affecting millions of learning disabled, hyperactive, autistic, developmentally delayed children is beginning to be acknowledged by the American medical community. The data collected in the 2003 National Survey of Children's Health is just the tip of the iceberg, as pediatrician researchers at University of Virginia seem to suggest.

At risk are not just the individual children suffering from learning and behavior disorders with biological causes, but their families and communities. The chronic disease and disability epidemic is having profound and catastrophic effects on American society and these effects will only worsen economically and socially in the future.

Public health officials, who continue to promote one-size-fits all vaccination policies which do not take into account genetic and other biological differences between our children, are responsible for what has happened. By insisting that all children use 48 doses of 14 vaccines by age six, they have set up the genetically vulnerable for chronic inflammation leading to neuroimmune dysfunction.

The chronic disease and disability epidemic will not go away until those operating the mass vaccination system take an honest look at what they have done and act to repair the damage and prevent further damage from occurring.

1 comment:

Ricardo said...

Totally incredible!