FOUND: Richard Demirjian, Father of The Lancet Paper’s Child 11

Richard Demirjian’s house: 11 Canyon Terrace, Newport Coast, CA

It’s happened folks. Richard Demirjian, father of The Lancet paper’s child 11, has been located! He lives in the above house high up in the hills of Southern California – 11 Canyon Terrance, Newport Coast to be exact. His phone number is 949 718 0180. Autism Investigated was able to find it all online, posted publicly.

Despite multiple left voice messages, Autism Investigated could not get Demirjian on the phone. He simply won’t speak to Autism Investigated, but maybe he could speak to you. Call his number.

If he doesn’t answer, and he most likely won’t, leave a message about what happened to your own kid. Also, ask him to take back his false allegation that The Lancet paper was wrong on when 11’s autism occurred. Do not be threatening, do not use abusive language. This is simply a teachable opportunity to politely tell Demirjian about the harm he has caused and how he can help make it right.

Otherwise, his name will forever be associated with the lies used to justify hiding vaccine dangers. He will also no longer be given the benefit of the doubt that he was deceived and instead be rightfully painted as a liar.

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15 Thoughts on “FOUND: Richard Demirjian, Father of The Lancet Paper’s Child 11

  1. Hans Litten on November 16, 2017 at 9:43 am said:

    Oh Goodie – more vaccines :

    Heplisav-B Vaccine for Hep B Finally Wins FDA Approval

    After rejecting it twice in the last 4 years on safety grounds, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a hepatitis B vaccine called Heplisav-B (Dynavax) that is the first and only two-dose vaccine for this infection, the manufacturer announced yesterday. (the bribe was finally satisfactory)

    However, the question of safety still dogs the new vaccine. FDA approval hinges on a large postmarketing study that will compare it with a currently licensed hepatitis B vaccine called Engerix-B (GlaxoSmithKline) for the risk for acute myocardial infarctions (AMIs) and immune-mediated diseases.

  2. Hans Litten on November 16, 2017 at 9:44 am said:

    To the editor: This week, The Times reported on concerns over doctor discretion regarding vaccine medical exemptions. It’s worth noting a recent study showed California counties with high personal exemptions before SB 277, the state law granting exemptions only to people who doctors certify need them for medical reasons, have the highest medical exemption levels now (“Why hasn’t California cracked down on anti-vaccination doctors?” Nov. 6).

    Let the public know which doctors are writing too many vaccine exemptions

    • If the LA Times is encouraging people to out doctors who respect patients’ choices, then I have a right to out the man whose words were used by his state’s legislators to strip away that choice.

  3. Hans Litten on November 16, 2017 at 9:51 am said:

    Letters from doctors excusing children from immunisation will no longer be accepted by Victorian child care centres and kindergartens, as the Government moves to toughen its “No Jab, No Play” laws.

    The changes mean immunisation history statements from the Australian Immunisation Register will be the only documents accepted as evidence of a medical reason for a child not to be immunised.

    Victorian Minister for Families and Children Jenny Mikakos said, under legislation being introduced to Parliament today, other medical documents would be rejected.

    “We know the science is crystal clear — vaccinations are safe and they are saving lives.” bs

  4. Hans Litten on November 16, 2017 at 9:55 am said:

    The Phase 1 trial is being conducted at the University of California San Diego Medical School, with support from the U.S. Navy Cancer Vaccine Program. (Are vaccines weapons ? US Navy – why ?)

    Six injections of OncBioMune Pharmaceuticals‘ prostate cancer vaccine ProscaVax stopped the progression of the disease in 80 percent of patients in a Phase 1 clinical trial, the company announced.

    The results applied to patients who had been treated for 19 weeks. All the participants had cancer that had returned after other treatment regimens.

    “All the data to date is consistent with previous study data showing ProscaVax elicits immune responses to fight tumor growth in prostate cancer,” Dr. Jonathan Head, chief executive officer of OncBioMune, said in a press release. “We are impressed that 80 percent of the patients treated with ProscaVax demonstrated stable disease” — that is, no progression.

    Researchers also found the vaccine to be safe. They observed no serious adverse events or dose-limiting adverse events in the 30 days after vaccination began.) ALWAYS SAFE & EFFECTIVE – ALWAYS

  5. Hans Litten on November 16, 2017 at 10:00 am said:

    Web-based Social Media Intervention to Increase Vaccine Acceptance: A Randomized Controlled Trial

    Despite these limitations, the results of this RCT demonstrate that Web-based vaccine information with social media technologies can positively influence parental vaccine decisions. As a complement to routine well-child care, the information appears to be effective when presented to parents before their children are born.

  6. Science Mom on November 16, 2017 at 8:44 pm said:

    Jake what could you possibly have to gain by doxxing someone? Calling this man yourself is bad enough, encouraging others to harass him is bordering on criminal.

    • Getting him to take back what he said about Wakefield and the Lancet paper in the BMJ? Discrediting the British medical establishment that duped him? Also, all this information was online and public anyway. I left him a voicemail that I would pass around his contact information to other people who I’d encourage to contact him if he didn’t get back to me. I’ve still heard nothing from him. I’m just asking people to share their stories to remind him of who he’s impacting with his denunciation in the BMJ. What he said was ultimately used by legislators in his home state to strip away vaccine exemptions, enabling parents to be harassed at bus stops by unnamed school officials and police. If the law encourages that but forbids what I’m doing, then I’m gonna do whatever I can to change the law.

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