The former head of the British ministry of health says his former employer was guilty of “completely unexplained phenomena” in connection with vaccines against mumps, measles and rubella (MMR).
Dr Peter Fletcher was the chief science officer at Britain in the late 1970s and the medical assessor to the Committee for drug safety, which means that he was responsible for deciding whether drugs and vaccines that are safe for use by the public.
According to the mainstream media, Dr. Fletcher said that if in the end proves that the MMR vaccine is linked to autism, “The refusal of the Government to assess the risk properly, will make that this will become one of the biggest scandals in the history of medicine!”
He also said that, after agreeing to become an expert witness in court cases, mostly complaints, including the safety of medicines at the request of parents regarding children’s illnesses due to receive the vaccine, has received a wealth of information contained in thousands of documents related to the cases, and they believe that the public has a right to see them.
Fletcher attended irrefutable evidence from scientists worldwide that the MMR vaccine is indeed associated with brain injuries in some children.
“However, there are very powerful people in positions of great authority in Britain and elsewhere, who have sacrificed their reputations and careers on the safety of MMR and is willing to do almost anything to protect themselves,” he said.
The link between MMR vaccine and autism was first discovered by Dr. Andrew Wakefield, a gastroenterologist and a former medical researcher, 1998. His research findings were savagely attacked by all the usual suspected- government, the pharmaceutical industry, traditional medicine and science- although he still claims that his findings were true and that it was necessary more studies to document the effects of the vaccine.
Fletcher’s warning came amid reports that the British government plans to introduce additional vaccine for pneumococcal meningitis for babies, and that vaccination starts next April. Also, the government is considering to recommend the vaccine for children up to two years old- not to protect them, but to protect parents and other adults who might come into contact with them.
Fletcher was first expressed concern about the MMR vaccine in 2001, reported the Daily Mail. He then said that security measures before the vaccine was introduced in his country were inadequate. And now he says that he is afraid that what he suspected what becomes evident, given the growing number of autism cases worldwide, bowel disease associated with autism, which is Fletcher convinced that the blame vaccines.
“Clinical and scientific data is slowly accumulating to live smallpox virus in the MMR can cause brain, intestinal and immunological damage in a small number of vulnerable children,” he said.
“Why the government don’t take this seriously?”
“When it comes to vaccine damage in very young children, the harder it is to prove the connection, because it rarely happens that the suspected adverse reactions to the drug!”
“But what is important here, it is stable accumulation of evidence from a large number of reputable universities, teaching hospitals and laboratories worldwide. There are too much to ignore. However, national health authorities seem to be more than willing to do so, “added Fletcher.
“When scientists first showed fear of a possible link between mad cow disease and apparently new form of CJD, at only 20 or 30 patients, all panicked and millions of cows were slaughtered,” he said.
“However, there has been a tenfold increase in autism and related forms of brain damage in recent years, which roughly coincides with the introduction of MMR, and extremely concerning increase bowel diseases and immunological disorders such as diabetes in children, and no one in authority would not even not to recognize that it is happening, let alone to try to investigate the cause. “
He added that it was “impossible” that a tenfold increase in autism cases may be the result of what doctors now better recognize this situation.