A leading vaccine injury law group announced today
that their firm is now in possession of an unreleased confidential
report authored by Centers for Disease Control scientists which
studied autism as a potential neurological injury caused by mercury
in children's vaccines. An announcement was made by the law firm
of Waters & Kraus, the firm that filed the first known lawsuit
alleging that a mercury preservative in children's vaccines caused
neurological damage to an infant ultimately diagnosed with autism.
Andy Waters, the lead attorney in the firm, warned that a different
version of the report was eventually made public and has been cited
by the recent Institute of Medicine study as inconclusive on the
issue of whether the mercury-based vaccine preservative known as
thimerosal has contributed to cause a nationwide epidemic of regressive
autism and other neurological disorders in small children. The
confidential version of the study, however, clearly demonstrated
that an exposure to more than 62.5 micrograms of mercury within
the first three months of life significantly increased a child's
risk of developing autism. Specifically, the study found a 2.48
times increased risk of autism - that is to say, children with
the exposure were more than twice as likely to develop autism as
children not exposed.
For your own copy of the new report, email Claire
at Waters & Kraus.
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