Dr. Thompson now says that he went along with the paper that stated there was no evidence connecting the vaccine and autism. And that he nor his co-authors reported significant findings. Today, he regrets being “a part of the problem.”
The doctor has attempted to testify to scientific fraud and the destruction of evidence. It is his opinion that for the past 10 years, his employers have pressured him and others to manipulate data and lie with regards to vaccines and autism. Because Dr. Thompson’s testimony that vaccines and autism are directly linked, his testimony would not promote the objectives of the CDC and he has been effectively blocked from giving such testimony.
That testimony would be part of a lawsuit brought by the family of Yates Hazlehurst, a 16-year-old with autism. It is implied that the teenager’s autism was the result of vaccine administration in 2001.
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