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Najnovije izjave Janny su da njen sin nije imao autizam a ima i drugo mišljenje o cjepivu...

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After years of speaking out about her son’s autism — and against
childhood immunizations — Jenny McCarthy is reversing her position.



After years of speaking publicly about her belief that MMR shots
(immunization for measles, mumps, and rubella) caused her son to suffer
from autism, Jenny McCarthy now faces the reality that
her 7-year-old son Evan — who no longer shows any signs
of autism — may likely have lived with completely different illness.
A new article in Time magazine — which Jenny was interviewed for —
suggests Evan suffers from Landau-Kleffner syndrome, “a rare childhood
neurological disorder that can also result in speech impairment and
possible long-term neurological damage.”
Many applaud Jenny, who has never stopped fighting to help her son
since his autism diagnosis in 2005. Others, like the Center of Disease
Control, say her claims about immunizations make her “a menace to public
health.”
Jenny talks about her son’s progress saying, “Evan couldn’t talk —
now he talks. Evan couldn’t make eye contact — now he makes eye contact.
Evan was anti-social — now he makes friends. It was amazing to watch …
when something didn’t work for Evan, I didn’t stop. I stopped that
treatment, but I didn’t stop.”
And she is also reversing her initial position that the MMR shots
caused Evan’s autism. Jenny now says she wants vaccinations better
researched — rather than getting rid of them altogether, as she
previously promoted. And though her son may never have had autism,
Jenny insists, “I’ll continue to be the voice” of the disorder.


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