Sunday, May 20, 2007

It's mercury

Row over pupil's autism T-shirt
"An autistic schoolboy was told he could not wear a T-shirt because its design was politically incorrect. Sam Rodwell, 10, from Poole in Dorset, wore a T-shirt that said:

"Autism - it's no mystery, it's mercury."

The slogan refers to the theory debated by some experts that autism is linked to mercury preservatives in vaccines. The head teacher at Portfield School in Poole said Sam could not go on a school trip unless he changed the T-shirt."

The boy's father said: "We have had him tested and he does have mercury toxicity."

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