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BATTLE FOR WORLD – April 28, 2018: If governments are being forced by an elite private group to use batches of vaccines knowingly sabotaged to lobotomize percentages of the population, the public should not expect any official truth regarding the disorder of Autism. And so governments will continue to play ignorant until at a future time a safe explanation and cure is offered.
Autism traits could be ‘edited’ out genetic trial suggests
Researchers are hailing a breakthrough after they used cutting-edge gene editing to to significantly reduce repetitive behaviour associated with the disorder.
The technique, which was performed on mice, could also be developed to treat conditions ranging from opioid addiction and neuropathic pain to schizophrenia and epileptic seizures.
Scientists injected gold nanoparticles covered in a “forest” of DNA chains to alter the the genetic code of mouse models with a form of autism called fragile X syndrome (FXS).
Autism Disorder Increases In U.S. Children, CDC Study Finds
BLOOMBERG – April 28, 2018: U.S. autism prevalence has grown, according to a federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report, with about 1.7 percent of 8-year-olds affected in 11 states.
The study, based on 2014 research, again identifies New Jersey with the highest incidence. One in 34 children in that state, or 3 percent, fall on what’s called the autism spectrum, which encompasses a range of social, behavioral and learning disorders ranging from the barely noticeable to the profoundly debilitating.
Nationally, the prevalence has increased 150 percent since 2000, according to the study, which called autism “an urgent public-health concern.”
“The new numbers we’re discussing today are extraordinary,” said U.S. Senator Bob Menendez, a New Jersey Democrat and sponsor of legislation signed by President Barack Obama to spend $1.3 billion on autism research and education through 2019.
Researchers aren’t sure what causes autism, although they suspect environmental risks or triggers. It has no cure. They caution that more children being diagnosed doesn’t necessarily mean that autism is becoming more common.
More children being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder in recent years
ABC NEWS – April 28, 2018: More children are being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Their new numbers now show that autism affects one in 59 children, an increase from previously reported one in 68 children.
Dr. Walter Zahorodny, a pediatrician and autism researcher, is “stunned by the speed of increase.”
This data was collected in 2014 through the Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network, an organization described by the study’s authors as “an active surveillance system that provides estimates of the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) among children aged 8 years.”
Why are more children than ever diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder?
The short answer: We don’t know.
The cause of autism is still unknown. There are associations between autism and prematurity, advanced parental age, and genetics — however no evidence of causation, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). There’s also a lot of discussion about potential environmental causes, yet again, there’s no science to support these claims (the claim that vaccines cause autism has been disproven by the AAP time and time again).
Dr. Andrew Wakefield on the Alex Jones Show 4/19/2016: Vaccines and Autism
FLOYDANDERSON – April 28, 2018: Alex Jones Show aired on 4/19/2016: Vaccines and Autism, with Dr. Andrew Wakefield.
What causes Autism?
AUTISTICHOYA – April 28, 2018: No one knows with certainty the exact cause of Autism. The generally accepted theory is that the cause is complex genetic factors. Multiple studies on twins and families suggest that Autism is genetic, and that multiple genes and parts of several chromosomes are involved in producing phenotypic traits of Autism in an individual.
There are many less credible theories about environmental causes, such as the vaccine-causation hypothesis, which stems from a 1998 paper by Andrew Wakefield. He was a doctor before he was stripped of his license to practice for malpractice. Of the other twelve authors of his paper, eleven recanted their names from the paper claiming a link between the Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR) vaccine and Autism. The Lancet, the journal that originally published the paper, published an official retraction fairly recently — either in late 2010 or early 2011. Other theories were that thimerosal or mercury in vaccines causes Autism. There is no scientifically valid evidence to support this theory.