MMR Vaccine and Autism Case won in Federal Court

There have been several news reports and debates regarding whether vaccines cause autism and other health issues lately.  This email was sent to me and I am passing it on to you to help further your fight in protection of your child.  Stay strong and be aware of any ill side effects from medications or vaccines (if you choose to administer them)!!


MMR vaccine and autism case won in Federal Court, per………….

Tell Congress that Vaccine Court Has Ruled CA Boy has Autism from MMR

This isn’t supposed to happen.

It happened again. The federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program
(VICP) has awarded Ryan Mojabi and his family a multi-million dollar settlement for autism as the result of an injury from the Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) vaccine. Ryan’s family joins Hannah Poling and at least 85 others who have received judgments for vaccine-induced autism from the VICP. These people aren’t supposed to exist. We are told again and again that vaccines cannot cause autism, vaccines have never caused autism, and vaccines never will cause autism. Except when they do.

Here is the link to the settlement document.

Please click on the Take Action Link to share this information with your elected representatives in Washington, and ask them to support further hearings into why this thing that supposedly cannot exist keeps on happening. As we saw in the vaccine hearing in November, many members of Congress are clearly skeptical of both the competence and truthfulness of the autism bureaucracy.

And remember Andrew Wakefield lost his medical license for suggesting that there may be a connection between autism, the MMR and bowel disease, and that further study was warranted (but people should continue to immunize. )

To learn more about the documented VICP cases of compensated VICP injury cases read. “Unanswered Questions, A Review of Compensated Cases of Vaccine-Induced Brain Injury”. More than 80 cases were documented in a review of the relatively few VICP cases that are available to the public.

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Posted by Age of Autism at January 16, 2013 at 5:45 AM



Developmental updates

It has been awhile since I have posted any improvements and updates into our journey with Nathan.  I am pleased to say that he is doing well and even seems to be starting to comprehend some academic ability.  I have been using the FREE Funnix program along with the worksheets which has been working great!  Hand coordination with the pencil is a little awkward but at least there is more of an attempt this time than before.  One important lesson I have learned is that if something doesn’t work the first time DON’T give up, try again at a later time.  It might take a little bit for the brain to pick up.  It is very similar to you learning a new task and then one day it just clicks and becomes second nature.

I think that a hand brace for writing just might help him, as the hand-over-hand technique allows better letter formation than doing it on his own!

A few weeks ago was good for new activities.   On Sunday we built a big fort in the house which Nathan seemed to enjoy.  At first like always he was a little apprehensive until his sisters went in and then after that he had no reservations from there.  🙂

The next night they did some dress up activities, here is our son in his “costume”


Dress up activities are great for children with sensory issues to get used to different textures.

As we continue introducing new activities we will share our experiences.