The Executive Dean of the Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health
University of Wollongong
16 September 2016
Dear Professor Alison Jones,
To date I have not received a response to my open letter dated 26 August 2016. This letter requested the supportive evidence for your statements that the link between vaccines and autism has been discredited. In particular I asked you to provide evidence for your statement that my thesis provided “no compelling evidence for a causal link between vaccines and autism”. Many doctors, scientists and parents disagree with your statement and you did not provide any supportive evidence for your statements in the article published in the journal Vaccine; an article which attempts to suppress this important scientific debate.
I have outlined below some of the evidence that exists for a link between autism and vaccines and I urge you to watch the recently released film “Vaxxed: from cover-up to catastrophe” that documents fraudulent studies being used by the US CDC researchers to discredit this link and testimonies from thousands of parents whose children developed autism after vaccines. Please take a look at this evidence, in the interests of population health, and I hope that you will provide your professional opinion as a toxicologist to the concerned global community.
We look forward to your rapid response because the Australian government has already expanded its vaccination registry to cover mandatory vaccinations for an expanded schedule of vaccines for adults in employment and social welfare policies. Here is Peter McIntyre, director of Australia’s Vaccination Surveillance and Research Unit (NCIRS) for 12 years, informing the public that a long-term health study of vaccinated and unvaccinated children has never been done – in animals or humans. This study is critical to debunking the causal link between vaccines and autism and there are many small scale studies (in children and animals) that are supporting a causal link – as does the skyrocketing autism and chronic illness observed in Australian children.
Some of the Evidence for a Causal Link between Vaccines and Autism
The evidence I have seen for this conclusion is overwhelming and vaccines are also linked to the escalating increase in chronic illness in global populations – in particular autoimmune diseases.
Please investigate the following information:
1. US Congressman Bill Posey hears evidence of fraudulent science and misconduct by Paul Thorsen, a CDC researcher and co-author of the Denmark studies that were used to debunk the vaccine-autism link resulting from the use of thimerosal (mercury-compound) in vaccines. The CDC also admits in this video that there are no long-term health studies of vaccinated and unvaccinated groups.
2. A medical practitioner describes the cover-up of the vaccine-autism link
3. Many of the studies used to claim that thimerosal in vaccines is safe are flawed (“Methodological Issues and Evidence of Malfeasance in Research Purporting to Show Thimerosal (Mercury Compound) in Vaccines is Safe”, Hooker et al, 2014).
4. Here is a link to a scientist from Stanford University describing a plausible link between vaccines and autism and a US District Attorney that provides compelling evidence for this causal link.
5. This link is also described on the Package Insert for the Tripedia Vaccine for DTaP (2005 p.11).
6. Here are 127 scientific research papers demonstrating a link between vaccines and autism
7. Selective industry funded studies are being used to obscure the science that indicates vaccines are a casual factor in the development of autism and chronic illness. In 2016 the movie “Vaxxed: from cover up to catastrophe“, that describes the fraudulent science being used by the CDC to cover up the vaccine-autism link, was released in the US and is touring the country. The movie is now available in many countries.
8. Japan has stopped using the MMR vaccine and two children in the US were awarded millions of dollars through the US federal Vaccine Injury Compensation Program for developing autism.
9. Here are further medical studies demonstrating this plausible vaccine-autism link..
10. In 2010 a small scale study showed a link between the Hepatitis B vaccine given to infants on the first day of life and autism in boys.
11. In 2011, a review into the cause of autism was carried out by Helen Ratajczak. This review is titled ‘Theoretical aspects of autism: Causes – A review’ and it was published in the Journal of Immunotoxicology. This paper examines many published, peer-reviewed articles demonstrating that vaccines are a plausible cause of autism.
12. Here is a short article describing the plausible link between vaccines and autism and the strategies being used by authorities to cover-up this link.
We look forward to your response.
Judy Wilyman PhD
The Science and Politics of Australia’s Vaccination Policies