Cell Irregularity Linked to Autism in...

Cell Irregularity Linked to Autism in Kids

There are 8 comments on the WebMD Health News story from Nov 30, 2010, titled Cell Irregularity Linked to Autism in Kids. In it, WebMD Health News reports that:

Nov. 30, 2010 -- New research linking impaired mitochondrial function to autism appears to support the notion that the cellular irregularity plays a role in the disorder in at least a subset of patients.

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Raymond

Longueuil, Canada

#1 Dec 1, 2010
The boozoo journalist forgets or purposely ommited to mention that the other 50% of tested autitic patients had also some sort of problem with their mitochondria.

Since: Jan 07

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#2 Dec 3, 2010
That's right, 7 of the 10 had mitochondria disorders which could only be genetic, just like Hannah Poling. Vaccines cant delete or over replicate cells. It's genetic.

It's just not your year for studies.
Raymond

Longueuil, Canada

#3 Dec 3, 2010
No you freaking Boozoo. No wonder your husband left you.

Hanna Poling became autistic due to VACCINATION.

Vaccines can and are affecting MITO.

Anyway the research is heading in right direction. Even your genetic study will indirectly point to VACCINES as major cause of autism.

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#4 Dec 5, 2010
Sorry, I am still married, cant say the same about you nor do I care.
You're the boozoo.
The Poling mother had the gene which she gave to her daughter. Everyone already knows this. The cells are only inherited from the mother; sperm do not contain viable mitochondria, only the egg contains heritable mitochondria. We already know which mitochondria disorder the Poling child had, and she had it from conception.

Hannah Poling did not become autistic due to vaccines and in fact, she was always sick prior which is why she was in the office that day for catch-up vaccines.

Vaccines cant and do not delete or over replicate cells.
It's a genetic cause and this study shows it.
Raymond

Longueuil, Canada

#5 Dec 5, 2010
You are a liar divorcee. We understand that.
If Hanna Poling's autism was not caused by vaccines, then why the vaccine court vindicated her. She won millions in damages, she her underlying medical condition was damaged by series of vaccines injections.
Read the case your illiterate thing.
Jake

San Diego, CA

#6 Dec 12, 2010
Hannah’s father, Dr. Jon Poling, was a neurology resident at Johns Hopkins Hospital at the time, and she underwent an intensive series of tests that found a disorder in her mitochondria, the energy factories of the cells.

Such disorders are uncommon, their effects can be significant but varied, and the problems associated with them can show up immediately or lie dormant for years.

In a news conference on Thursday, Dr. Edwin Trevathan, director of the National Center for Birth Defects and Development Disabilities at the disease control agency, said,“I don’t think we have any science that would lead us to believe that mitochondrial disorders are caused by vaccines.”

Dr. Trevathan explained that children with mitochondrial disorders often develop normally until they come down with an infection. Then their mitochondria are unable to manufacture the energy needed to nourish the brain. As a result, they regress.

Five major studies have found no link, and since thimerosal’s removal from all routinely administered childhood vaccines in 2001, there has been no apparent effect on autism rates.

Right Friend, Ray just wants to believe what he wants...and such a jerk that he dwells on your marital status as if that is a criteria for anything...certainly he thinks it is...I actually feel sorry for him. If someone dies of these proven diseases from not allowing immunization it will a pitiful disaster.

Since: Jan 07

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#7 Dec 13, 2010
Raymond, if you read what the vaccine court judges said, you'd know they "didn't" say vaccines caused her autism, and they didn't even specify or agree she had autism, either. Hannah's underlying medical condition could had gotten worse from a common cold virus. The Poling's presented 3 theories to vaccine court as well. Even they were unsure of the cause! Dr. Jon Poling himself said this on national news.

1.5 million isn't 'millions'.

Why is it only the Poling case settled and the other test cases lost?

As for liars and those who cant read, or comprehend what they read, anyone can read those court documents which some joker fed to the public of a minor child. Guess who that was? But since they did put it on the net, sorry Raymond, we all can see who cant accept the truth.
FBOMBER

Winkler, Canada

#8 Apr 7, 2011
Mitochondrial disorders are likely one of those rare and mild side effects of vaccines. But lets blame to victims, and deflect blame. Funny, the Genome Project reported in 2010, only several months ago that the families they studied, worldwide, resulted in findings that the autistic children had mutation that did not originate with the parents. Not gebetic in origin, in other words. So what happens between birth and 3 years to cause mutation? Friend would say Wakefield and Jenny McCarthy bla blah blah. Sorry, no. What I've found, is that vac ingredients thimerasol mercury and aluminum are neurotoxic brain cell killers, free radical agents, more toxic when given together, damaging to the G.I., endocrine disrupters, and both are capable of causing spontaneous genetic mutation. What say you divorcee bozo?

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