autism

Autism is a brain disorder that affects a personís ability to communicate, relate to others, and interact with his or her surroundings. Autism is usually diagnosed between the ages of two and three based on observation of  behaviour. There is no cure for autism, except early diagnosis and treatment, which may help to ease the symptoms.



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Link database: Vaccines and Mercury
Material database: National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) - SRM 955c - Toxic Elements in Caprine Blood /Level 4
Toxic mercury remnants of gold rush will seep into San Francisco area waterways for millennia | EVISA's News
Link database: BIOMEDICAL ASPECTS OF THIMEROSAL EXPOSURE
Material database: National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) - SRM 955c - Toxic Elements in Caprine Blood /Level 1
Link database: Age of Autism: Part 1: Vaccines and Autism - What Do Epidemiological Studies Really Tell Us?
Link database: YouTube: Mercury, Autism & The Global Vaccine Agenda
Link database: A shot of truth: Thimerosal and Autism Timeline
Precautionary approach to methylmercury needed | EVISA's News
Mercury Containing Preservative Alters Immune Function | EVISA's News
New certified reference material supporting mercury speciation analysis of blood | EVISA's News
UNEP mercury treaty exempts vaccines for children | EVISA's News
American lawmakers initiate mercury probe for vaccines | EVISA's News
Texas Study Relates Autism to Environmental Mercury | EVISA's News
New CDC study on the effect of thimerosal exposure on neuropsychological characteristics of children is fueling the debate about the origin of autism | EVISA's News
Thimerosal and Autism: CDC Manipulation of Vaccine Data Reported in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons | EVISA's News
New results about toxicity of thimerosal | EVISA's News
Journals database: Journal of Child Neurology
Toxicity of organomercury compounds | EVISA's News
A silent pandemic: Industrial chemicals are impairing the brain development of children worldwide | EVISA's News