CDC Remove “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” Statement


ICAN, through its attorneys led by Aaron Siri, has been relentless in its legal demands and actions to compel the CDC to remove its blanket claim that “Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism” from its website.

We are excited to report that the CDC has finally capitulated to those demands! It has removed this claim from its website!

The most recent data from CDC shows that 1 in 36 children born this year in the United States will develop autism. This is a true epidemic.

If the CDC had spent the same resources studying vaccines and autism as it did waging a media campaign against parents that claim vaccines caused their child’s autism, the world would be a better place for everyone.

This is a huge win for ICAN and it is not alone Dell Bigtree and ICAN have filled many lawsuits in respect of vaccines and their very questionable safety profile

Dell and his team have come under heavy censorship throughout the pandemic in the same theme we see across all social media sites, Being effectively deleted by You Tube and Facebook.[1]


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Chapter 6 of the book Experts Catastrophe has been saying for some years that, while the evidence shows that vaccines were not a significant cause of the autism increase, the evidence is not clear enough to rule out that some (perhaps thousands) of autism cases were indeed caused by vaccines. Hence this change is for the better. Likewise the dropping of the false distinction of Asperger’s from autism – I had been saying for more than 30 years before that they were part of the same syndrome.

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