• Adam Dayan, Esq.

Autism Center Links Vaccinations To Autism; South Korea Study Suggests Incidence of Autism Is Higher

Two autism-related stories have made headlines. The Elizabeth Birt Center For Autism Law & Advocacy was scheduled to hold a news conference today at Noon in Washington D.C. to reveal an investigation linking vaccinations and autism. The investigation suggests that that the connection may be stronger than is currently accepted and points out that a substantial number of those who received money damages from the government for vaccines injuries have autism. Read more at:


http://www.ebcala.org/media/investigators-and-families-of-vaccine-injured-children-to-unveil-report-detailing-clear-vaccine-autism-link-based-on-government%E2%80%99s-own-data


In another story, a research study in South Korea suggests that there are many more young individuals with autism than we think. The study suggests that 1 out of every 38 children has some form of autism. I have questions regarding the sample size and the pool of students tested. I'm also not sure how this data transfers over for U.S. purposes if the research was conducted on Korean children. But I'm sure this information will add to the debate. See below:


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See also:

http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/speced/2011/05/how_many_really_people_have_au.html

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