F. Edward Yazbak, MD, FAAP
F. Edward Yazbak, MD, FAAP practiced pediatrics and was a school physician in Northern Rhode Island for 34 years. Dr. Yazbak served as Pediatric Director of the Child Development Study and an Assistant Member of the Institute of Health Sciences at Brown University. He was the Assistant Clinical Director for infectious diseases at the Charles V. Chapin Hospital and the Director of Pediatrics at the Woonsocket Hospital in Rhode Island.
Since 1998, Dr. Yazbak has conducted research into regressive autism. He has published extensively on the prevalence, autoimmune causes and relationship between development of regressive autism in children whose mothers were subjected to repeated live virus vaccination, as well as the relationship between the proliferation of multiple vaccines and vaccine adverse events leading to autism. He is an expert witness in litigation involving autism, vaccine injury and Shaken Baby Syndrome.
Dr. Yazbak and his wife, Maureen, a pediatric nurse practitioner, live in Falmouth, Massachusetts. They have 4 children and twelve grandchildren.