Dr Moulden had his own hypothesis for how vaccines cause brain injury. Moulden earned MD and PhD degrees. Moulden died in , supposedly by suicide. Dr Moulden published no scientific papers on vaccines or vaccine injury. Moulden spent 9 years attempting to complete a 5-year psychiatry residency, but never finished.
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Dr Moulden had his own hypothesis for how vaccines cause brain injury. Moulden earned MD and PhD degrees. Moulden died in , supposedly by suicide. Dr Moulden published no scientific papers on vaccines or vaccine injury. Moulden spent 9 years attempting to complete a 5-year psychiatry residency, but never finished. He spent 4 years in the 3rd year of the program, for example. Both papers are unrelated to vaccines or vaccine adverse reactions. I have been unable to find any scientifically-supported articles written by Dr Moulden on vaccines, peer-reviewed or not.
Surprisingly, this book was not written by Dr Moulden. It was written by John P. Sophia Media is the publisher of Health Impact News and Vaccine Impact News, which explains why these websites heavily promote the book. Also, ecological studies have unavoidable problems with bias, and therefore are considered very weak evidence.
Ecological studies should not be used as evidence of causation. They should only be used for hypothesis generation. His ideas about vaccines are described in youtube videos, an interview and a poorly-referenced book written by someone else. Its not much to go on. Moulden asserts that ministrokes cause neurological damage and autism. Moulden claims that his hypothesis is proven conclusively, but this is definitely not true.
So, while his hypothesis is plausible, he is wrong to say it is proven. He cannot even claim to have evidence. Moulden has a hypothesis, and nothing more.
In his interview on vactruth. They are also directly measurable in real time — however, this involves techniques and technology I have not disclosed to the public as yet. All you have to do now is receive the education you need to appreciate and see what is before your very eyes — layperson and Doctor.
Moulden provided no evidence. So thats a possible link. But keep in mind that lots of things can induce IL, and IL must be at high enough levels for sufficient duration to cause autism. Many vaccine critical websites publish photos of faces as examples of vaccine injury. Below is an example, taken from healthimpactnews. Moulden claimed to be able to diagnose vaccine injury from such photographs. It is true that vaccines and immune activation can cause nerve damage, which can result in asymmetrical facial features.
However, these adverse effects are not specific to vaccines. Many types of infections and inflammation can cause these symptoms. Nerve Palsies The facial distortions shown above and discussed by Moulden are known in the medical scientific literature. There is evidence that they can be caused by vaccines, though the literature emphasizes that there are many causes. Nerve palsies are apparently caused by brain inflammation or swelling that causes compression of the facial nerves, which control muscles in the face.
So when they are injured by compression from swelling, the associated muscles can be affected. There are a number of papers on the topic of nerve palsies:.
The unexplained death of Andrew Moulden Ph.D. MD
Moulden claims that his "marathon academic efforts have culminated in discoveries that, upon my disclosures, will change our knowledge of neurophysiology, medicine, and brain and behavioral disorders, in profound ways that will immediately end much human pain and suffering globally. Apparently, all disease was caused by white blood cells "clumping. Therefore, vaccines cause all illness. Quod erat demonstrandum. Counter to his claim to be the sole source of this finding, Moulden said that the "truth" has been known for a long time and was discovered by Rudolf Virchow in the midth century. Virchow was the first person to propose that pulmonary thromboembolism was caused by a blood clot.