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Autism Epidemic Relationship to Vaccines with Professor Kent Heckenlively

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Today's special guest Kent Heckenlively, the father of a child stricken with autism after being vaccinated who remains unable to speak, and author of the book Inoculated: How Science Lost Its Soul in Autism is no stranger to controversy.

College biology professor, scientist and autism-activist with an autistic son, Heckenlively traces how the red flags arising in the true results should have spurred international concern, and considerably more vital science to spotlight what was really happening. Instead, the government administrators, so deeply committed to the idea that vaccines are the only path to keeping the world's people saved from harm--and Big Pharma--went into overdrive to bury the information and stem any further research. Heckenlively, furthermore, shows how bad science only compounded the problem, reinforcing the government's position that no connection existed. His premise is that the scientists who should have been following the facts to the truth, instead lost their way because of the fear of rocking the boat and opening the Pandora's box that vaccine-triggered autism would unleash.

Kent Heckenlively reviewed some of the most damaging government documents with deep emotion as he realized that had the information been made public in 2000 when the initial indicators were surfacing, he and his wife could have made informed choices that could have saved his children from their struggles.

Whether you already believe there was a government cover-up, that vaccines can be harmful to children-or you haven't made up your mind, Kent says that you owe yourself a listen to the true facts.

http://www.inoculated.org

 

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