A growing body of evidence indicates vaccines are an important contributory factor in the autism-epidemic- particularly cases of regressive autism. The decision whether and when to vaccinate a child is ultimately a parent’s choice.
With 1 in 50 children being affected by autism and chronic illness rates on the rise ─ most families are affected. The correlation between the skyrocketing vaccine schedule and the increase in chronic illness is stark and cannot be explained away.
There are signs and factors to consider and unfortunately, the medical system does little to identify children more susceptible to vaccine injury and autism. Know the risks and benefits of vaccines to communicate better with your medical provider.
Whether you’re trying to have a baby, pregnant or a parent your medical decisions count. Take steps to make sure your child is offered the best possible health future based on decisions you make today.
The Focus Autism Foundation is dedicated to funding the education, investigation, advocacy and research that reveals the causes of the autism epidemic and rise of chronic illness in our country. We believe the following goals should be pursued with integrity, transparency and, above all, with a sense of urgency.
To educate consumers and legislators about various environmental factors contributing to the rise of chronic illness. Consumers are encouraged to fully educate themselves about the risks and benefits of all medical decisions.
To conduct, support, and report on investigations of scientific misconduct impeding the discovery of the causes of the autism epidemic and other chronic illnesses; by government, industry or academic institution.
To insist that all medical and drug approvals made by our government are driven by safety, efficacy, and need; as well as support the rights of individuals to make decisions for themselves and their children.
To support the work of scientists who investigate and research the causes of autism and the rise of chronic illness, and to foster a collaboration among these scientists.