part of the reasons that folks look to claiming that vaccines are the monster.1. 2002 repeating author 'Might' be related to pathogenesis of autism
2. 1998 repeating author Hypothesis not confirmed
3. 2011 Hypothesis
4. 2000 Data study- design limit our ability to make firm causal inferences about the true magnitude of effect.
5. 1958 This isn't a study
6. 2010 Survey study
7. 2011 repeating author Data study
8. 2009 repeating author This study had nothing to do with childhood vaccines
9. 2011 repeating author This really isn't a study, but opinion on other studies
10. 2011 not a study
11. 2004 Geier study- based off VAERS
12. 2010 repeating author Mouse study, even though thimerosal was removed from childhood vaccines already
13. 2011 'If similar changes occur in children' this study never determined that it did.
14. 2012 hypothesis not confirmed
15. 2012 might induce excitotoxic
16. 2006 the flu vaccine comes thimerosal-free for pregnant women
is that they, the parents want to have 'perfect' children. mini copies of how they view themselves as parents.
they, the parent assumes they have 'perfect' genes
that they married the one with 'perfect' genes.
that anything is is a aberration.
thing is, there is NO ONE with 'perfect' genes.
even looking at a average looking person. you can not tell if their DNA may or may not be the average. they may be a human chimera, intersexed, one of hundreds of possibilities of things.
these same folks assume that only 'perfect' people go to college, date, get married, buy a house, have kids.
in their minds, that 'imperfect' people can not do what 'perfect' people can do.
thing is, many folks on the spectrum CAN and DO what those 'perfect' folks think we can not do. date, marry, own our own homes, have kids. be stars on TV shows like The Beauty & the Geek.
thing is, since autism has been around for hundreds if not thousands of years. it is a major part of lives here.
in many ways, I bet those folks who think they did not have the DNA were to look at their own family. they would notice that 'weird' aunt or uncle by blood. maybe even their own parents had a slight sense of 'weirdness' to them. since having one family member with it increases the chances of more kids being found in their family to be on the spectrum. in many ways the genes for autism are like the genetics for blue eyes or even red hair. the more that have it in their DNA marries into a family. the more likely it will pop up.
why do I say this, because I come from a looong line of folks on the spectrum. as well being the mom of a child with high functioning autism as well. and she is using computer programs geared to teach older kids how to do computer based stuff. and reading and understanding words that many fourteen year olds struggle with. and she is only eight. as well as easily pronouncing words that even stump adults. as well as using them in proper sentences as in how those words are used. words like onomatopoeia.
plus I'm a person on the spectrum as well. what many of us want is for a supposed 'norm' is to give us the same chance to do stuff you think only 'norms' can do. we just might amaze you on how well we can do things. we are people too.
plus, in my daughter's case, I noticed it well before she got her shots. even if I hadn't I would still have her get her shots. my family has lost too many to those diseases as well as those who lived but were handicapped. like a aunt who died just two days before her eighth birthday to the Spanish flu. as well as having a grandma who was stuck using two canes due to polio due to the effects of it.