Friday, August 21, 2009

Remaining Omnibus decisions upheld.

The latest Consumer Health Digest has some great news about the Autism Omnibus. I'm just gonna quote the whole thing:

The U.S. Court of Federal Claims has affirmed the Special Master's decisions that the families of Colten Snyder and Michelle Cedillo had presented no credible evidence that vaccination had caused him to develop autism. The decision is part of the Autism Omnibus Proceeding in which more than 5,000 families who claim that vaccines caused their children to become autistic are seeking compensation under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). In February 2009, Special Masters ruled in these cases and one other selected to test how similar cases should be handled. The decisions completely debunked the alleged vaccine/autism connection and implied that the doctors who promote them are acting unethically. Autism-Watch has posted key findings at

and links to the hearing transcripts and decisions at


1 comment:

Michael said...

NO ONE in the world can explain the origins of autism, yet you are gleeful at the prospect that vaccines are "vindicated". By the way that is far from the truth.

Even geneticists investigating the human genome for autism clues admit that there must be an environmental trigger. They already know that genes will not fully explain autism.

Vaccines are the logical trigger for causing regressive autism in nearly 1% of vaccinated kids(not a big number, unless you are a victim).

The manipulation and over-stimulation of infant immune systems is criminal child abuse. Only sociopaths would mock the crusaders, families and victims of this epidemic.

All epidemiological studies claiming "no evidence" of a vaccine autism link are manipulations of data. Rutter and Fombonne immediately come to mind, and there are many others, shills all.

Phil Plait decries a judge using his opinion in two appeals cases from the Omnibus proceedings yet agrees with the "Special Masters" who denied 5000 kids any rights to compensation for their injuries from MMR vaccine.

There is no epidemiological study declaring "no evidence of a link" between vaccines and autism that I cannot refute as an obvious manipulation of data or show disqualifying conflicts of interest in principle authors.

YOu should get in touch with your human side and stop looking as this argument as a contest ignoring the victims and their families and start pushing for a solution. Even if it leads to vaccines as the cause, we should all be pushing together for the truth.

You appear to be not interested in the truth, just in protecting the vaccine industry.