Autism Speaks had previously voiced its disappointment and withdrew its support from the strategic IACC plan | Circa Feb 2009

e-Speaks: Toys"R"Us Expands Support of Autism Speaks; 2008 "Top Ten" Events in Autism Research Autism Speaks e-Speaks contactus@autismspeaks.org via sm1.kintera.com Feb 5, 2009, 10:59 PMto me e-Speaks || February 6, 2009Toys“R”Us, Inc. Expands Support of Autism SpeaksToys“R”Us, Inc. and the Toys“R”Us Children's Fund have increased their support of Autism Speaks. This year, more than 260 Babies“R”Us locations nationwide will join Toys“R”Us stores in a nine-week in-store fundraising campaign to …

Archived | e-Speaks: North/Central N.J Walk; Horse Show and Urban Cowboy Party; Act Now to Reform Autism Insurance Legislation | Circa October 30, 2008

e-Speaks: North/Central N.J Walk; Horse Show and Urban Cowboy Party; Act Now to Reform Autism Insurance Legislation Autism Speaks e-Speaks contactus@autismspeaks.org via sm1.kintera.com Oct 30, 2008, 10:58 PMto me e-Speaks || October 31, 2008North/Central N.J. Walk Now for Autism Raises $415,000More than 7,500 people joined the North/Central New Jersey Walk Now for Autism in Cranford, N.J. on Sunday, Oct. 26., a 25% increase in participation over last year's event. …

Archived | e-Speaks: Inaugural Walks Attract over 15,000; Co-Founders Visit England to Expand Global Autism Awareness; Neurotoxicology Symposium | Circa October 23, 2008

e-Speaks: Inaugural Walks Attract over 15,000; Co-Founders Visit England to Expand Global Autism Awareness; Neurotoxicology Symposium Autism Speaks e-Speaks contactus@autismspeaks.org via sm1.kintera.com Oct 23, 2008, 10:53 PMto me e-Speaks || October 24, 2008Weekend's Inaugural Walks Attract over 15,000 PeopleSix Walk Now for Autism events, three inaugural, took place this past weekend with 42,000 participants raising nearly $2.2 million. Read more and view photos and video from the British Columbia, Central …

Archived | Thank you for helping us move toward a future where autism is nothing more than a word found in history books. | Walk Now For Autism | Circa May 28, 2008

Note From Eve: It was after registering for this event I learned the truth about this organization back in 2008. As you can see, the goal was to make autism a word in the history books. Walk Now for Autism: Thank you for Registering Central Valley Walk Now for Autism modesto@autismspeaks.org via sm1.kintera.com May 28, 2008, 8:24 AMto me Dear Genevieve, …

Five myths about vaccines – The Washington Post

No, vaccines are not cash cows for the pharmaceutical industry.   “Next to clean water, no single intervention has had so profound an effect on reducing mortality from childhood diseases as has the widespread introduction of vaccines,” says the National Academy of Sciences. Yet outbreaks of measles and mumps in recent years reflect a rise in public hesitancy and skepticism …