“Simpsonwood was effectively a highly-secret meeting between representatives of federal agencies and vaccine experts to cover up the fact that they had discovered a highly-significant link between exposure to thimerosal in the hepatitis b vaccine and autism,” shared Andrew Wakefield.
“And they did do a vaxed/unvaxed study, a comparison of those who received a thimerosal-containing vaccine versus those who did not. And there was a sevenfold [7.6] increased risk of autism in those who received the vaccine,” he relayed.
“And what they did then was to fudge the data — to take out the comparison unvaccinated group and to present the data as saying that there is no link between thimerosal and autism,” Wakefield attested.
“But then they went on, obviously, to remove it slowly — recommendations ... And it was all done not to protect the children. This is the key point. It was done to protect the reputations and the credibility of the vaccine regulators.”
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