Friday, March 7, 2008
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Many people are seeking paid to process rebate jobs – I’m not exactly sure why…maybe because it sounds like an easy way to make money from home? None-the-less, many companies have found ways to tally take advantage of jobseekers and RebateProcessorJobs.com is one of them.
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Monday, March 3, 2008
After years of insisting there is no evidence to link vaccines with the onset of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), the US government has quietly conceded a vaccine-autism case in the Court of Federal Claims.
The doctors conceded that the child was healthy and developing normally until her 18-month well-baby visit, when she received vaccinations against nine different diseases all at once (two contained thimerosal).
This statement is good news for the girl and her family, who will now be compensated for the lifetime of care she will require. But its implications for the larger vaccine-autism debate, and for public health policy in general, are not as certain.
In fact, the government's concession seems to raise more questions than it answers.
1) Is there a connection between vaccines, mitochondrial disorders and a diagnosis of autism, at least in some cases?