Deadly Inoculations with Dr. Andrew Wakefield 1 of 2
The smoking-gun evidence
Professor Walker-Smith's 1996 presentation at the Royal Free Hospital Medical School was entitled, "Entero-colitis and Disintegrative Disorder Following MMR - A Review of the First Seven Cases."
their case history [sic]."He then went on to detail the clinical history of these seven children as derived from his medical team as well as senior pathologist Dr Amar Dhillon. Importantly, Dr Andrew Wakefield was not part of this investigation. This means that Dr Wakefield's findings were independently replicated by another medical research team.The British Medical Journal's accusations against Dr Wakefield -- that he fabricated his findings -- are therefore false. The mainstream media accusation that Dr Wakefield's findings have "never been replicated" is also blatantly false.Here are the notes on the seven children, as presented in 1996, 14 months BEFORE Dr Wakefield published his landmark paper in The Lancet:Child 1. Immediate reaction to MMR with fever at 1 [corrected, illegible]
Rapid deterioration in behaviour - autism
Histology active chronic inflammation in caecum
INDETERMINATE COLITIS** (1)Child 2. MMR at 15 months - head banging 2 weeks later.
Hyperactive from 18 months.
Endoscopy - aphthoid ulcer at hepatic flexure
Caecum: lymphoid nodular hyperplasia with erythematous rim and pale swollen
Histology, Ileum mild inflammation, colon moderate inflammation
Acute and chronic inflammation.
Treated CT3211 [a dietary treatment]
INDETERMINATE COLITIS** ? CROHN'S DISEASEChild 3. ? dysmorphism - chromosomes and normal development
MMR at 5 months [sic]
Measles at 2.5 years* - 1 month later change in behavior
Hyperactive with food
Colonoscopy - granular rectum, normal colon and lymphoid nodular
Histopathology: lymphoid nodular hyperplasia.
Increased eosinophils 5/5 mild increase in inflammatory cells (Dhillon)
LYMPHOID NODULAR HYPERPLASIA
[* correction: he received measles vaccine first at approximately 15 months of
age and MMR at 2.5. years]Child 4 (2). Reacted to triple vaccine 4 months - screaming and near cot death
MMR at 15 months - behaviour changed after 1 week.
"measles rash" week before
Endoscopy - minor abnormalities of vascular pattern
Histology - non-specific proctocolitis**
LYMPHOID NODULAR HYPERPLASIAChild 5 (3). MMR at 14 months.
Second day after, fever and rash, bangs head and behaviour abnormal
Endoscopy - Lymphoid nodular hyperplasia
Histopathology: Marked increase in IEL's [intraepithelial lymphocytes] in ileum
with chronic inflammatory cells in reactive follicles. Increase in inflammatory cells in colon and IELs increased.
LYMPHOID NODULAR HYPERPLASIA
INDETERMINATE COLITISChild 6 (7). MMR - 16 months - no obvious reaction
2 years behavioral change - 2.5 years
Screaming attacks - / food related
Endoscopy - Lymphoid nodular hyperplasia terminal ileum
Histology - Prominent lymphoid follicles
Dhillon: moderate to marked increase in IEL's, increase in chronic inflammatory
cells throughout the colon - superficial macrophages not quite granuloma
Child 78. MMR 14 months
16 months "growling voice"
18 months - behavioural changes - autism diagnosed at 3 years
Barium [follow through X ray] 5 cm tight stricture [proximal] to insertion of
Endoscopy- prominent lymphoid follicle in ileum
Mild proctitis with granular mucosa
Ileum - reactive follicles
Colon - bifid forms, increased IEL's
Slight increase in inflammatory cells
? CROHN'S DISEASEhttp://www.naturalnews.com/031116_Dr_Andrew_Wakefield_British_Medical_Journal...
(1) Inflammation that is not diagnostic of either Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis
(2) Child 6 in The Lancet paper. The chronological order was corrected for the final Lancet paper.
(3) Child 3 in The Lancet paperhttp://www.infowars.com/
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