November 12, 2010
Managing Editor’s Note: Why doesn’t the Autism Science Foundation take autism out of their name once and for all? They are the Vaccine Schedule Protection Foundation. They exist to protect the vaccine schedule and the autism community has raised the most red flags (with the Gardasil girls close behind, but really, the Cervical Science Foundation sounds a bit risque.) This seminar is on par with the AAP inviting parents to focus groups to review ads to dispel the message from certain friends of ours (us!) and “celebrities.” Smell the flop sweat? Do you recall that the former head of the CDC Dr. Julie Gerberding is now head of Merck’s vaccine division – which includes Dr. Paul Offit’s RotaTeq vaccine in its stable of products?
Are Federal dollars being used to fund this seminar?
On the CDC website, a CE course by Alison Singer on communicating vaccine safety to parents –
Making the CASE for Vaccine Safety: A New Model for Communicating with Parents
Date: December 9, 2010/12:00 P.M. ET
Location: Broadcast from School of Public Health, University of Albany, State University of New York
Making the CASE for Vaccine Safety:
A New Model for Communicating with Parents
December 9 , 2010 – 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET
(9:00 am PT, 11:00 am CT)
Alison Singer, MBA
Founder and President of Autism Science Foundation (ASF)
Autism was first described by Dr. Leo Kanner in 1943. Despite years of scientific study the cause of autism is still unknown. One theory popular in the late 1900s and early 2000s, that vaccines cause autism, has since been disproven by numerous studies conducted in multiple labs around the world.