The family representing thousands of families who believe the measles vaccine caused their children’s autism are “extremely disappointed” a decision last week by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. It upheld a special vaccine court’s ruling denying a link between vaccines and autism.
The vaccine court’s decision was found to be “rationally supported by the evidence, well-articulated and reasonable.”
Theresa and Michael Cedillo filed the appeal on behalf of their now 16-year-old daughter, Michelle, who suffers from autism.
“We are extremely concerned with the proceedings in regards to Michelle’s rights to a fair hearing and due process,” Theresa Cedillo said Tuesday evening in a statement to CNN.
Read more here: Autism-vaccine appeal ruling disappoints family – The Chart – CNN.com Blogs.
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