Aidan Quinn is an Irish-American actor with an autistic child. He also talks openly about how his child became autistic due to a vaccination injury.
“Autism doesn’t run in the family. My oldest daughter had an extreme reaction to a vaccination. She was a normal child.”
When pressed further, he explains the only debate about autism as a vaccination injury, is from billions and billions of dollars of drug company money, and goes on to explain about the Vaccine Court and the lack of claims filed against it is due to the difficulty surrounding any claims. He estimates 1 out of 20 of the injured even contact the Vaccine Court. As the interviewer continues, you can see the pain on Quinn’s face when the strain that Autism places on the family is mentioned.
He further explained what occurred in another article, sadly it is a story that has been told by many.
“So we had a normal child that was walking, talking, doing everything way faster than she was supposed to. Then, after an MMR, she got a 106 fever and turned blue and woke up the next day with dark circles and not knowing who she was. And uncoordinated. And her arm lifted up. Of course, the doctors are all saying, “Oh, that’s normal.”
The worst, Quinn says, was hearing his child “crying uncontrollably and in pain and nobody can tell you what to do to help. And there is nothing showing up on any of the tests. But you know your daughter is in pain.” He also talked about the strain that it put on his marriage, but he and his wife survived, against the odds. “I think the divorce rate in autism parents is some horrendous figure like 75 per cent. If you get through the first five or six years with autism that’s the most difficult part,” he says.
Sadly, an all too familiar statement from a family devasted by a vaccine injury.