Garry F. Gordon MD, DO, MD(H)
Autism in children has risen to a massive 1 in every 100 in the USA. These are the figures reported in the Huffington Post by David Kirby just a short time ago. That is a staggering 1% of all USA children. It is not only the USA that has reported an escalation in the figures in Autism, so to does the UK. Cambridge University shows an even greater prevalence in their study proving that as many as 1 in 38 British Boys are Autistic. Child Health Safety – Autism Rates Rocket – 1 in 38 British Boys – Cambridge University.
This is very different when compared to unvaccinated children. A study showed that vaccinated children had 155% more chance of having ADHD or Autism compared to unvaccinated children.Vaccinated vs Unvaccinated Survey
It seems that as more and more vaccinations enter the vaccine schedule, the figures of Autism keep on rising. Coincidence? I suppose it is possible, however, it is not only the figures of Autism that are on the rise.
Figures are also showing an alarming increase in the following conditions among children and adults:
A staggering 1 to 3 children in every classroom of 30 are reported to have ADHD by ADD by the numbers – a summary of the research of Russell Barkley,Ph.D
In 2004 the CDC reported that 4.5 million children in USA between 3 and 17 years old had ADHD. Pharma Save website reported Even more interestingly ADHD – Report.com report that in 1985 500,000 children in the USA had ADHD compared to 5 – 7 million today. They report the following for Australia.
”University of Queensland figures show that legal use of dexamphetamine in Australia has risen from 8.3 million tablets prescribed in 1984 to 38.4 million tablets in 2001. Over the same period Ritalin prescriptions rose from 1.5 million tablets to 19.3 million.” .
16.1 million adults have asthma and 6.7 million children in the USA suffer from asthma. CDC Fast stats report
UK reports show that 10% of all children and 8% of adults suffer from asthma in the UK.
In fact the figures worldwide are rising with approximately 300 million worldwide asthma sufferers. Worldwide Asthma.