Survey: Vaccinated Children Two And A Half Times More Likely To Have Neurological Disorders Like ADHD And Autism

All parents want is one thing when it comes to vaccine safety.  Information.  I always get asked, "Are their studies comparing vaccinated and unvaccinated kids?"  Would such a study make our lives easier?  Of course!  Where are those studies?  No where to be found.  Whatever the reason for this lack of information – red tape, politics, conflicts of interest, money – and whether they are legitimate reasons or not, doesn't help parents right now.  They just want to know some straight facts. 

Generation Rescue to the rescue. 

"The survey, commissioned by Generation Rescue, compared vaccinated and unvaccinated children in nine counties in Oregon and California. Among more than 9,000 boys age 4-17, the survey found vaccinated boys were two and a half times (155%) more likely to have neurological disorders compared to their unvaccinated peers. Vaccinated boys were 224% more likely to have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and 61% more likely to have autism.

For older vaccinated boys in the 11-17 age bracket, the results were even more pronounced. Vaccinated boys were 158% more likely to have a neurological disorder, 317% more likely to have ADHD, and 112% more likely to have autism. Complete survey results are available at"

To follow that up, come to find out, the government funded and run vaccine courts – where you get appointed a government paid lawyer and have no jury – has awarded over 1300 cases compensation to brain damaged vaccinated children, where the symptoms were exactly that of autistic kids.  Those cases where autism was called autism instead of brain damage?  The awards were almost non existent.

This video is a great primer on the situation

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