I am having alot of trouble getting over the fact that my child, and thousands of other children will not ever be compensated for being damaged by vaccinations that contain thirmosol. They haven't been damaged by the vaccinations, they have been damaged by the thirmosol added to them. So, in my opinion, we should be seeking compensation from Lilly who supplied the thirmosol. That makes this a whole seperate issue. I find it hard to believe that those chemists at Lilly don't know of someone fairly close to them that has autism. First they said that they removed it from the vaccinations in 2000, then 2002, now the new one is 2001. I seriously wonder if those who sued the vaccine court will find themselves paying that money back because the vaccines themselves did not cause the autism, the thirmosol did. Autism has robbed my child of so many things, and it has taken a toll on our family also. I personally try to avoid dwelling on his illness, and try to enjoy him in every way I can. I just cannot get over the fact that he will never drive, have kids, go to college, be an astronaut, president, or find the cure for cancer because he has been damaged by vaccinations. We are very poor and we live in a very rural area, and we don't have very many options for treatment here. Most of the doctors here don't know anything about autism, treatments, the effects of autism on families, and in my case, siblings. I do not want to get rich because of my son's disability, but I think he deserves to have a much better life than this. If we were compensated, I personally could move on here and get him the treatment that he needs. I am very mad about this, and I know that I am not the only one who feels this way. Thank you for letting me vent........have a great day !
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