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The Coalition for Mercury-free Drugs
exposes communications between Centers for Disease Control
(CDC) personnel and vaccine researchers revealing U.S. officials
apparently colluded in covering-up the decline in Denmark’s autism
rates following the removal of mercury from vaccines.
Despite this knowledge, these officials
a 2003 article to be published in
Pediatrics that excluded this information, misrepresented the
decline as an increase, and led to the mistaken conclusion that
Thimerosal in vaccines does not cause autism.
This study subsequently became a
cornerstone for the notion that mercury does not cause autism.
However, one of the FOIA documents obtained from CDC clearly
indicates that this study omitted large amounts of data showing
autism rates actually dropping after mercury was removed from Danish
We know the article’s lead author was aware of the missing autism data because he stated in an email reply,
Nevertheless, in the final draft version of the publication submitted to Pediatrics, the data from 2001 showing a decline in autism was not mentioned.
Ignoring this omission, the CDC continued to endorse the article and, in a December 10, 2002 recommendation letter (below images) to the editor of Pediatrics, encouraged expedited review and publication of the article.
The misleading Danish article was
published by Pediatrics in 2003.
CoMeD is also calling for the full retraction of the deceptive article which appeared in Pediatrics.
Shortly after this story appeared (below image), YAHOO News spiked the story without comment.
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