March 10, 2008

My Letter To The Whitehouse

Mr. President,


This past week has not only brought the revelation that Hannah Poling's family was paid out of the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program for her "autism like symptoms", but that at least nine other families in the last 18 years have been paid as well. Despite this, and the mounting evidence to the contrary, government health authorities, lead by Julie Gerberding of the CDC, continue to deny any link between vaccines and autism.

It is becoming clear that the government has been withholding vital health information from parents for almost twenty years that has denied them of right to "informed consent" in making vaccination decisions for their children, and has been misleading physicians all over the world on the information they require to properly treat their patients.

In addition, the advances that could have been made in understanding and successfully treating what are commonly referred to as Autism Spectrum Disorders certainly must have been stymied by the governments hiding of these important cases. Who knows how much the scientific community could have learned two decades ago if authorities had shared with them what came to light in the first vaccine/autism case they settled.

Would we even have an autism epidemic today?

US Health Authorities have hidden information that the public had a right to know. It is time to find out who knew what and when they knew it.

I am calling for Congressional Hearings into the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program and for the DVIC to release the details of any previous case of a child who received compensation for any vaccine injury that resulted in any symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

In addition I am, along with many other parents, calling for the immediate removal of Julie Gerberding as the director of the CDC.


Sincerely,
Ginger Taylor M.S.
AdventuresInAutism.com
Autism Mom


CC: Julie Gerberding

2 comments:

Tom said...

Ginger,

Thank you for doing this and for sharing it, which will encourage other people.

I made a couple of phone calls yesterday morning (one to the White House) calling for Julie Gerberding's immediate resignation. I made six more phone calls this morning; it only took about 10 minutes.

For my part, I intend to continue with the brief, on-message phone calls and the e-mails (once a day, to the parties concerned)until Julie Gerberding steps down.

Are you with me?

Who's with me?

Terri Lewis

Ginger said...

Damn Good Idea!