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MMR: A mother's victory. The vast majority of doctors say there is no link between the triple jab and autism, but could an Italian court case reignite this controversial debate?

Landmark ruling in an Italian court has said Valentino Bocca's autism was provoked by the MMR jab he had at aged nine months
His parents have already been awarded £140,000 and could be paid an additional £800,000 in their case against the Italian government
The case could set a precedent for many similar civil proceedings


At nine months old, Valentino Bocca was as bright as a button. In a favourite family photo, taken by his father, the baby boy wriggles in his mother’s arms and laughs for the camera.

His parents look at the precious picture often these days. It is a reminder of their only son before they took him on a sunny morning to the local public health clinic for a routine childhood vaccination.

Valentino was never the same child after the jab in his arm. He developed autism and, in a landmark judgment, a judge has ruled that his devastating disability was provoked by the inoculation against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR).

The judgment in a provincial Italian court challenges the settled view of the majority of the medical profession — and could have profound implications in Britain and across the world.

Valentino’s parents, Antonella, 44, and Maurizio, 43, have been awarded £140,000, to be paid by Italy’s Ministry of Health and they plan a civil action against the Italian government that may get them £800,000 more.

‘But, of course, the money will never bring back the perfect and beautiful child of 15 months that we had before the doctors gave him the inoculation,’ said his mother this week at the family’s small but beautifully designed flat near Rimini in northern Italy.

‘We have a different Valentino today. We love him just as much, but our lives will never be the same again.

‘He is nine, but cannot speak, and only sings a little to himself. He cannot hold a pencil. He has a special teacher at school to help him and finds it difficult to mix with other children. What the future holds for him, or for us, we do not know.’

The story of Valentino Bocca is a tragic one. His family have agreed to reveal their identity for the first time as the outcome of their case became public last week. They spoke exclusively to the Mail because they believe other parents all over the world should learn what has happened to their son.

Autism covers a huge range of developmental disorders which affect a child’s communication, social skills, and ability to lead a normal life.

Families caring for severely autistic children say their lives are blighted. Care of sufferers and related disorders costs the British state billions of pounds a year.

The number of autism cases has soared over the past four decades — at the last count researchers found one in 64 British children have some kind of autistic condition — and there has been widespread speculation over the cause of this widespread curse on so many families. In the Eighties, only four in every 10,000 children showed any signs of autism.

Suspicion has long been directed by some parents at the MMR vaccine, a triple cocktail of the measles, mumps and rubella viruses, although the Department of Health and NHS doctors have argued forcefully that better diagnosis of autism and environmental factors are responsible for the extraordinary rise in the number of cases.

In 1998, a highly controversial article in the medical journal The Lancet written by Dr Andrew Wakefield made a connection between the MMR jab and autism.

His research methods were later discredited, but as a result of the article countless numbers of parents in Britain refused to let their children have the jab, and cases of measles — which is very occasionally fatal — went up significantly.

In recent years, public confidence in the MMR inoculation has returned, but the Italian court’s judgment could reopen the controversy. This week, Luca Ventaloro, the Bocca family’s lawyer who specialises in helping families with vaccine-damaged children, proclaimed that the Rimini court judgment was the ‘first public admission’ that the MMR vaccine could, in some cases, lead to a healthy child developing autism.

Crucially, it came after Antonio Barboni, a doctor of forensic medicine and appointed by the judge to independently advise the court, wrote a report saying that ‘in the absence of any other pre-existing conditions’ it is a ‘reasonable scientific probability’ that Valentino’s autism can be ‘traced back to the administration of the MMR vaccine . . . by the health authority’.

Dr Barboni’s findings were endorsed by two other eminent doctors who examined Valentino, investigated his medical background, and gave evidence to the court hearing.

Judge Lucio Ardigo, awarding compensation to the family, agreed. He said it was ‘conclusively established’ that Valentino had suffered from an ‘autistic disorder associated with medium cognitive delay’ and his illness, as Dr Barboni stated, was linked to receiving the jab.

Lawyer Mr Ventaloro explained yesterday: ‘This is very significant for Britain which uses, and has used, an MMR vaccine with the same components as the one given to Valentino.

‘It is wrong for governments and their health authorities to exert strong pressure on parents to take children for the MMR jab while ignoring that this vaccine can cause autism and linked conditions.’

Claudio Simion, a leading member of the lobby group Association for Freedom of Choice in Vaccination (Comilva), adds: ‘The Rimini judgment is vitally important for children everywhere. The numbers with autism are growing. It is a terrible thing that the authorities turn a blind eye to the connection between the MMR vaccination and this illness.’

No doubt the Bocca family would agree. They turned to Comilva for advice on compensation after they were finally told that their son had autism when he was five years old.

They had travelled to a world-renowned children’s clinic in Milan, bewildered as to why their son screamed all night, refused to eat anything but bread, could not keep still or concentrate and refused to look them in the eye.

After 14 days of tests into his genetic background to rule out a family connection for his illness, a neurologist explained the diagnosis.

‘We were handed a big file with Valentino’s name on it and stamped with the word ‘autism’,’ remembers his mother Antonella. ‘Up to then, we had suspicions he had autism. But the nurses, the doctors, and the specialists we had seen before said we were dreaming up fairy tales.’

Father Maurizio adds: ‘When we mentioned our suspicions about the MMR jab and how Valentino had been an ordinary happy little boy until he had it, these medical people looked at us as if we were crazy,’

As they talk in the park near their home, with Valentino tightly holding each of their hands, Antonella and Maurizio reveal how their nightmare began.

The couple had been married for a year before Valentino was born in 2003. His birth was normal and they were thrilled to take their healthy baby home.

Antonella, who worked part-time in a textile factory, and Maurizio, a civil engineer, went together with Valentino for all his routine vaccination appointments.

It was on the last Friday of March, 2004, that the boy was given the MMR jab. The dark-haired toddler was already saying ‘Mama’ and ‘Dada’, walking a few steps and enchanting his two grandmothers because he would not stop chattering. His parents had delayed for a month the triple MMR jab (normally given at 13 months) because Valentino had a bout of gastro-enteritis.
Antonella told the doctor about the illness and asked if it was safe for Valentino to have the jab. The doctor said there was ‘no problem’.

‘He cried when they gave him the injection,’ remembers Maurizio. ‘We were asked to wait half an hour afterwards at the clinic to make sure he was all right. When the doctors said he was OK, we just went home.’

They drove away — not knowing their lives had changed for ever. By the evening their normally hungry son was refusing to eat very much. That night he had diarrhoea and was restless. But neither of his parents attributed this to the jab.

Maurizio continues: ‘A few days after that, Valentino stopped using his spoon to eat. We started having to put food into his mouth. It was as though he was a baby again.

‘It was as if we’d gone to the vaccination clinic with one child and had been given another to take home. Valentino was not interested in what was happening around him any more. He could not concentrate on a single thing.’

But worse was to follow. The little boy stopped sleeping at night. He would wake up and scream in pain. During the day he ran around in circles without stopping. His parents were getting exhausted and were at their wits’ end.

Maurizio explains: ‘About two weeks after the jab he began screaming every night. He woke up three or four times each night and cried. It was like something out of The Exorcist. He was obviously in pain and we could do nothing to comfort him.’

They went back to the vaccination clinic for advice.
‘We were not being over fussy but the medical staff did not seem to grasp the gravity of the situation,’ added Antonella.

The clinic just gave them some cream to put on Valentino’s skin. After six months of no improvement in his condition, they took Valentino to the casualty department of the local hospital.

For the first time Antonella mentioned that the MMR vaccine might be to blame. ‘They said it was not possible,’ she says. Bewildered, the couple still looked for answers. Valentino was still screaming at night and like a wild child during the day.

When he was nearly two-and-a-half (14 months after the jab), they went to see an expert in neuropsychiatry and told her that their son had changed after the jab.

Antonella says: ‘She did not even write down what I was saying. She downplayed the situation, although she said he was not developing normally for a child of his age. But she could not offer any explanation and said it might be temporary in such a young boy.’

Desperately, they started to do some research on the internet. It suddenly occurred to them, after reading of other parents’ experiences, that Valentino might have autism.

When this was confirmed by the Milan children’s clinic, he was put on a milk-free and gluten-free diet.

‘Within a week, Valentino was sleeping at night and not shouting out in pain,’ says Maurizio.

‘He started to look us in the eye for the first time since the jab. He began to feed himself again. Progress was slow, but at last there was some hope.’

But, sadly, it was too late to find a complete cure for Valentino. At nine years old, he will never lead a normal life, and may need care for the rest of his days.

However, the Rimini court judgment has brought his parents some comfort because, for the first time, it supports their long-held belief that the MMR jab caused their son’s autism.

In the UK, this much-debated link has never been established in the courts. In 2010, a boy called Robert Fletcher received £90,000, for severe brain damage provoked by the MMR jab, under the Government’s Vaccine Damage Payment Scheme. But he did not have autism.

In the U.S., nearly 5,000 families blame the MMR jab for causing their children’s autism — despite continuing protests from the medical and scientific world that there is little evidence.

In 2008, a girl called Hannah Poling was awarded $1.5 million damages by the U.S. government when a court ruled that receiving nine vaccines in one day (including the MMR) had caused her autistic condition.

But the court said that Hannah had an underlying cell disorder, mitochondria, which had been aggravated by the vaccinations and manifested itself as autism.

The Italian judgment has important implications for Britain for a number of reasons.

First, the jab given to Valentino — called MMR 11 — contains the same active measles, mumps and rubella viruses in the same quantities as MMR VaxPro, one of only two approved MMR vaccines in the UK which is used on hundreds of thousands of children every year. (Prior to the introduction of MMR VaxPro in 2006, MMR II had been used in the UK since 1988).

This match of ingredients is confirmed in the Department of Health Green Book — a guide for doctors on inoculation against infectious disease — and by detailed data on MMR vaccines released by the European Medicines’ Agency.

Second, in the UK, like Italy, the MMR jab is not compulsory.

However, the judge in Valentino’s case said that because the Italian government’s medical authorities so strongly recommend child vaccination against measles, mumps and rubella, the state should take responsibility for the devastating damage to Valentino.

The judge’s view has since been endorsed by Italy’s High Court of Law (the equivalent of our Supreme Court) which ruled that the Italian government must pay compensation to children damaged by any jabs given under the Ministry of Health auspices — even if they are not compulsory ones.

Today, Antonella and Maurizio believe this is only fair for families. ‘The medical authorities were really pushing us to take Valentino for his childhood jabs,’ recalls Antonella.

‘We were sent endless appointment letters from the clinic. They started arriving when he was three months old.There was huge pressure. The letters made us, and other parents, feel obliged to have the MMR jab in order protect our beloved child from a dreadful illness.’

Little did they know that, soon after that jab, their son would suddenly develop a devastating condition from which he would never recover. The consensus of medical opinion in Britain remains that autism symptoms emerge suddenly and inexplicably around the age at which MMR is administered — making it inevitable that some cases will arise just after the jab.

Most doctors continue to argue that this is merely coincidence and that no convincing mechanism to explain a link has been set out.

The Department of Health has insisted: ‘MMR remains the best protection against measles, mumps and rubella. It is recognised by the World Health Organisation as having an outstanding safety record and there is a wealth of evidence showing children who receive the MMR vaccine are no more at risk of autism than those who don’t.’

However, the Italian judgment clearly suggests this important debate is far from over.
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The autism could have developed independently. Its common to become ill afterwards, however. But i don't think autism could have been invoked that way.
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"there is a wealth of evidence showing children who receive the MMR vaccine are no more at risk of autism than those who don’t.’"

Someone on another forum said to me there is mountains of evidence to prove me wrong (thinking vaccines can cause autism)

What are they referring to?

What is this wealth of, and mountain of evidence?
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"there is a wealth of evidence showing children who receive the MMR vaccine are no more at risk of autism than those who don’t.’"

Someone on another forum said to me there is mountains of evidence to prove me wrong (thinking vaccines can cause autism)

What are they referring to?

What is this wealth of, and mountain of evidence?
I heard that Santa Claus is looking after it at the end of a rainbow in lapland somewhere.... no conspiracy here folks....move along !
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Old 18-06-2012, 09:50 AM   #6
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"there is a wealth of evidence showing children who receive the MMR vaccine are no more at risk of autism than those who don’t.’"

Someone on another forum said to me there is mountains of evidence to prove me wrong (thinking vaccines can cause autism)

What are they referring to?

What is this wealth of, and mountain of evidence?
whilst there is no direct causal link there is a much higher incidence of autism in countries which vaccinate

it's not scientific evidence as such but this is an interesting article all the same
http://www.whale.to/vaccine/olmsted.html
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whilst there is no direct causal link there is a much higher incidence of autism in countries which vaccinate

it's not scientific evidence as such but this is an interesting article all the same
http://www.whale.to/vaccine/olmsted.html
I was reading about that the other day and was going to mention it on another forum but in trying to stay ahead of the shill types I found some "debunking" of the theory- the reason could be genetic, it was also claimed its a myth that the Hamish don't vaccinate. It's interesting though and there should be further investigation. Obviously they're doing something right.

With evidence to show mothers taking antidepressants can increase the risk of having an autistic child by up to four times, (something else they're not shouting about) we should consider this as another reason for the increase in numbers.

Even if the Amish do vaccinate, I bet they don't take or need antidepressants.
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I was reading about that the other day and was going to mention it on another forum but in trying to stay ahead of the shill types I found some "debunking" of the theory- the reason could be genetic, it was also claimed its a myth that the Hamish don't vaccinate. It's interesting though and there should be further investigation. Obviously they're doing something right.

With evidence to show mothers taking antidepressants can increase the risk of having an autistic child by up to four times, (something else they're not shouting about) we should consider this as another reason for the increase in numbers.

Even if the Amish do vaccinate, I bet they don't take or need antidepressants.
well anything that fucks about with brain chemistry then there is a reasonable chance that it will also effect the developing brain

Here is a scientific journal article that directly links vacines to brain development

http://www.ane.pl/pdf/7020.pdf

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These results suggest that maturational changes in amygdala volume and the binding capacity of [11C]DPN in the amygdala was significantly altered in infant macaques receiving the vaccine schedule.
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well anything that fucks about with brain chemistry then there is a reasonable chance that it will also effect the developing brain

Here is a scientific journal article that directly links vacines to brain development

http://www.ane.pl/pdf/7020.pdf
Thanks for the link I'll have a proper look later.
Just to clarify- I don't doubt that vaccines are one of maybe several causes of autism.
I think my daughter was born with hers which made me look for another possible cause and came up with the info about antidepressants.

I'm sure the use of ADs has gone up rapidly over the last few years, as has the increase in cases of autism it looks to me like it's down to vaccines as well as the common use of antidepressants.

Even if the Amish are vaccinated, it could be down to genetics that they don't react to the vaccine like the wider population.

I wouldn't take it, it meant that vaccines are not potentially harmful to others.

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Thanks for the link I'll have a proper look later.
Just to clarify- I don't doubt that vaccines are one of maybe several causes of autism.
I think my daughter was born with hers which made me look for another possible cause and came up with the info about antidepressants.

I'm sure the use of ADs has gone up rapidly over the last few years, as has the increase in cases of autism it looks to me like it's down to vaccines as well as the common use of antidepressants.

Even if the Amish are vaccinated, it could be down to genetics that they don't react to the vaccine like the wider population.

I wouldn't take it, it meant that vaccines are not potentially harmful to others.
yeah I agree, I think it is most likely that it is a myriad of little things of which vaccination maybe the straw which breaks the camels back for some children.

The Amish live a very pollution free life compared to their fellow americans, all natural food, no electromagnetic pollution and a relatively stress free existence (it would seem anyway) so I imagine their "toxic load" at birth or during the early years is much less than a westerners anyway.

Genetics can be important but the actual important thing to understand about genetics is that our genetic makeup alters how we react to the enviroment and actually we need to look a lot more at what we are surrounding ourselves with, what we are ingesting and what we are generating - anxiety, fear, anger, joy, tranquility etc. that last bit might sound a bit airy fairy but when you consider that these feelings are all just generated by and creating chemical messages in the body then it makes perfect sense

Sorry to hear about your little girl, I'm sure she still brings you great joy and teaches you a hell of a lot
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The autism could have developed independently. Its common to become ill afterwards, however. But i don't think autism could have been invoked that way.
OMG....haven't done much research have you. The ignorance of weaponized vaccinations here sickening in itself.
It's also 101 . That this woman actually got her case to court and WON is a small miracle. The evidence is overwhelming.

Why don't you go and get every vaccination you can and come back in 2 weeks and update regularly.
Also recommend all your family , friends and associates get they new borns' the 28 shots in their first month...then everything that is scare mongered there after...

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for those who think vaccinations are ok....

do a little reading

http://www.naturalnews.com/GoogleSea...Denqpe4qn05if3
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yeah I agree, I think it is most likely that it is a myriad of little things of which vaccination maybe the straw which breaks the camels back for some children.

The Amish live a very pollution free life compared to their fellow americans, all natural food, no electromagnetic pollution and a relatively stress free existence (it would seem anyway) so I imagine their "toxic load" at birth or during the early years is much less than a westerners anyway.

Genetics can be important but the actual important thing to understand about genetics is that our genetic makeup alters how we react to the enviroment and actually we need to look a lot more at what we are surrounding ourselves with, what we are ingesting and what we are generating - anxiety, fear, anger, joy, tranquility etc. that last bit might sound a bit airy fairy but when you consider that these feelings are all just generated by and creating chemical messages in the body then it makes perfect sense

Sorry to hear about your little girl, I'm sure she still brings you great joy and teaches you a hell of a lot
http://www.naturalnews.com/031782_Amish_health.html

http://www.naturalnews.com/GoogleSea...Denqpe4qn05if3

there are literally TONS of evidence , infact this subject has been so well documented I'm gobsmacked that peeps HERE , still believe....
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I heard that Santa Claus is looking after it at the end of a rainbow in lapland somewhere.... no conspiracy here folks....move along !
yup, how incredibly naive some peeps still are boggles the mind.
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http://www.naturalnews.com/031782_Amish_health.html

http://www.naturalnews.com/GoogleSea...Denqpe4qn05if3

there are literally TONS of evidence , infact this subject has been so well documented I'm gobsmacked that peeps HERE , still believe....
nice article I might consider running away and joining the amish if it wasn't for that whole god thing they have going
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OMG....haven't done much research have you. The ignorance of weaponized vaccinations here sickening in itself.
It's also 101 . That this woman actually got her case to court and WON is a small miracle. The evidence is overwhelming.

Why don't you go and get every vaccination you can and come back in 2 weeks and update regularly.
Also recommend all your family , friends and associates get they new borns' the 28 shots in their first month...then everything that is scare mongered there after...
I'm autistic. I did not receive my 'disorder' through vaccination. It was hereditary. The ignorance here is that no one fully understands autism enough. Everything is now a cause for it. I can tell you that autism is caused by a mutation in the genes. Simple as that.
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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn...090303396.html
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I'm autistic. I did not receive my 'disorder' through vaccination. It was hereditary. The ignorance here is that no one fully understands autism enough. Everything is now a cause for it. I can tell you that autism is caused by a mutation in the genes. Simple as that.
science seems to disagree with you, maybe look at some of Bruce Liptons work. i shall start you off:


It's not a genetic issue, it is an environmental / energy issue.
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Ummm... Cancer is, yes. Not autism.
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