Yale Study: Placentas Can Predict Aut...

Yale Study: Placentas Can Predict Autism Risk

There are 9 comments on the The Hartford Courant story from Apr 24, 2013, titled Yale Study: Placentas Can Predict Autism Risk. In it, The Hartford Courant reports that:

Yale researchers, in a journal article published Thursday, say that they can predict whether babies will be at risk for developing autism by analyzing a placenta at birth.

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#1 Apr 25, 2013
Oh my, yet another study pointing away from childhood vaccines.

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#6 Apr 25, 2013
Well, that's what's said about your theory, More junk science. ZERO proof guarantee its related to causation AT ALL. Except this study can conservatively predict an infant with a 96.7% probability. That's not junk science, except for those in denial.

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#8 Apr 25, 2013
We already predicted that's all you would say. Hello.
MERCK MAIMS KILLS

Winnipeg, Canada

#11 Apr 26, 2013
friend wrote:
Well, that's what's said about your theory, More junk science. ZERO proof guarantee its related to causation AT ALL. Except this study can conservatively predict an infant with a 96.7% probability. That's not junk science, except for those in denial.
Comprehension issues from friend of PHARMA. It says it identifies 97% who might be in the high risk category with 18-20% having a chance. Predict and probability means NOTHING. There is ZERO certainty ZERO prooof. HELLO!! What a stooge, buh wah ha ha...

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#13 May 13, 2013
friend wrote:
Oh my, yet another study pointing away from childhood vaccines.
Oh my, you'll never admit there's no link.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#14 May 13, 2013
Citizen44 wrote:
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Oh my, you'll never admit there's no link.
I think you have misinterpreted what friend posted.
It was aimed at the Winnipeg dummy, who insists that vaccines cause autism, without being able to produce even a scrap of real scientific evidence to back up his claim.

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#15 May 13, 2013
ric99 wrote:
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I think you have misinterpreted what friend posted.
It was aimed at the Winnipeg dummy, who insists that vaccines cause autism, without being able to produce even a scrap of real scientific evidence to back up his claim.
Thanks- I stand corrected.

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#16 May 13, 2013
Aside from my own educated opinion that vaccines do not cause autism, there is no evidence vaccines do. The study of this article can conservatively predict an infant with a 96.7% probability, via the placenta at birth and for anyone who is even slightly educated, they know that's prior to any childhood vaccines given to that infant.

On a more interesting note is all of Winnipeg's inappropriate comments missing.
ric13

Winnipeg, Canada

#18 May 18, 2013

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