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    Default The autistic children of Donor H898

    This article was originally published by The Washington Post and arrived in my inbox because I subscribe to their list. I am not able to read their articles, however, and because this was an exclusive to the Post, it was not available anywhere else — except through this lucky find, which reprinted it in its entirety with no paywall.

    Ariana Eunjung Cha
    Saturday, September 14, 2019

    BARTLETT, Ill. - Danielle Rizzo's son is screaming. He is planted in the middle of the lobby of his elementary school, clinging to rainbow-colored blocks as she gently explains that she is here - off schedule, in the middle of the day - to take him to a doctor's appointment. But the first-grader is not listening.
    "Happy Meal," he repeats over and over again. "Happy Meal!"
    His little brother, who is also going to the appointment, is nearby, not moving. Rizzo is relieved that the two of them are not melting down at the same time, which happens all too often, and firmly guides them out the door.
    Rizzo's children, ages 7 and 6, were at the center of one of the most ethically complex legal cases in the modern-day fertility industry.

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    Default Re: The autistic children of Donor H898

    A few random observations: So does one conclude that if nobody stands to make a boodle of money on a lawsuit, it must be presumed that no issue exists? Pretty sad state of our culture and society.

    In addition, only one short phrase "A proposed link to vaccines was based on fraudulent research and has been disproved" even mentions the link with toxins associated with vaccines given at an early age. As we know, the research turned out not to have been fraudulent, but the researcher has been found guilty in the court of public opinion. Why would any thinking person not see this case as having to do with epigenetics? A particular gene might promote sensitivity to these toxins in a way not found in the majority of little humans. We can't investigate this if our minds already are shut tight.

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