Autism: A Real Epidemic Or Better Counting? | Part 2 Of A Series

Inventing & Then Cashing In On The Autism Epidemic | Autism: A Real Epidemic Or Better Counting? [Content Warning: Autistic history is very triggering. Please take caution this piece includes ableism, stigma, eugenics, homophobia, abuse, and more.] Autism: A Real Epidemic Or Better Counting? INVENTING AND THEN CASHING IN ON THE AUTISM EPIDEMIC” SERIES | …

Autism and Childhood Vaccines Hearing Testimony: Q & A Panel 3 | April 6, 2000

Panel of people at microphones. Let me start the question with you. Do you subscribe to the theory that part of the problems of kids getting autism is caused by the vaccine? Dr. Cook. I guess that is a direct question to me, having evaded that. Mr. Burton. Yes. Dr. Cook. I have heard more …

Autism and Childhood Vaccines Hearing Testimony: Deborah Hirtz | April 6, 2000

See testimony here >> Read full testimony here >> Dr. Hirtz. Mr. Chairman, I am Deborah Hirtz of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke [NINDS], at the National Institutes of Health. I have been asked to appear before you today to give the committee and the families of autistic individuals who are here …

Autism and Childhood Vaccines Hearing Testimony: Kathy Pratt | April 6, 2000

Kathy Pratt has medium-length blone hair and is wearing a gray suit and white shirt. See testimony here >> Read full testimony here >> Ms. Pratt. Mr. Chairman, thank you for the opportunity to present testimony today concerning autism treatment options and research. I am here today kind of in multiple roles, first as director …

Autism and Childhood Vaccines Hearing Testimony: John Upledger | April 6, 2000

John Upledger has white hair and is wearing black glasses, gray suit with a white shirt and multi-colored tie. See testimony here >> Read full testimony here >> Dr. Upledger. Thank you. I am John Upledger. I am an osteopathic physician, and I thank you for inviting me to come and present today. I should …

Autism and Childhood Vaccines Hearing Testimony: Mary Megson | April 6, 2000

Mary Megson has brown hair, glasses and is wearing a blue dress and gold necklace. See testimony here >> Read full testimony here >> Mr. Burton. Dr. Megson. Dr. Megson. Mr. Chairman, members of the committee, my name is Mary Megson. I am a board-certified pediatrician, fellowship-trained in child development, a member of the American …

Autism and Childhood Vaccines Hearing Testimony: Michael Goldberg | April 6, 2000

Michael Goldber has red/brown hair and mustache, and is wearing a gray suit, white shirt and gray tie. See testimony here >> Read full testimony here >> Dr. Goldberg. Mr. Chairman and members of this committee, thank you for allowing me the opportunity to speak here today. I wish to take a moment to examine …