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The federal government has agreed to pay $1.5 million to the family of an autistic girl, marking the first award of compensation in a vaccine-autism case.

The case involves Hannah Poling, now 11, of Athens, Ga. — described by her family as a normal toddler who regressed into autism after receiving vaccinations for nine different diseases in a single doctor’s visit in 2000.   Read More Here.

Now they’re trying to cover it up!  Watch This NBC News Report


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