Medical scientists and researchers are baffled with the surge of autism cases with no explanation whatsoever of their origin or cause. Some pass it off as part of a “conspiracy theory” wherein certain “unaware” populations are subjected to vaccinations as a source of the autism. Well, recently, we did find out that there is a “concrete connection” behind the two.

New research from the government of Canada has indirectly linked the fact that autism rates are noticeably and surprisingly higher in highly vaccinated populations. This finding is shocking by itself, but nobody can discredit the real information provided by an established government agency.

Citing data from The World Mercury Project, Canada now is in the Top 10 countries with the highest autism rates worldwide. In 2018, one in 66 Canadian children were examined to have autism or autism-related disorder, based on data collected in 2015. The Canadian statistic is not too far from the U.S.’s statistic of one in 59 children have autism released recently by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). By all respects, both incidents show a marked pattern of rising autism in children leading to an epidemic in this still mostly unexplored disease.

Because of rising autism incidence, the Public Health Agency of Canada even created the National ASD Surveillance System (NASS) to monitor the number of people diagnosed with autism, covering regions and time periods. The result was they recorded a steady increase of autism spectrum disorders diagnosed since 2003 with varying differences from each region to the next.

Six provinces were identified in the research: Prince Edward Island, British Columbia, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Quebec and Yukon (a Canadian territory). Newfoundland and Labrador (1 in 57), Prince Edward Island (1 in 59) and Quebec (1 in 65) had the highest autism rates. On the other hand, the Yukon territory registered the lowers autism rates – just 1 in 125 people.

Surprisingly, the provinces with the highest rates of autism seem to have experienced an enormous increase in autism diagnoses in recent years. Newfoundland and Labrador went from 6 to 19.6 per 1,000 — a 227% increase, while Prince Edward Island went from 5 to 17.7 per 1,000 — marking a 254% increase. More astounding is the data from Quebec, which shows that autism diagnoses went from 3.5 to 15.7 per 1,000 — a stunning 349% increase.

Does High Autism Diagnoses a Result of Vaccinations?

One medical practitioner dared to speak out after noticing an undeniable “coincidence” among the provinces in Canada – the provinces with the highest rates of autism also have the highest rates of vaccination.

As Dr. Zimmerman from British Columbia notes, there was a report on vaccination coverage in Canadian kids published back in 2013 — just two years before the data for the ASD survey was collected.

The survey then showed that Newfoundland and Labrador had the highest rates of vaccination, while the Yukon had the lowest. Now data also shows that Newfoundland and Labrador have the highest rates of autism, while the Yukon seems to have the lowest. Mere coincidence?

As they say, correlation doesn’t always lead to causation. However, isolated incidents in other parts of the world, even among my friends here in the Philippines whose children were subjected to vaccinations also noticed a marked difference in behaviour and cognitive capabilities pre- and post-vaccination of their children. A mere coincidence?

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