Keep Reading

There are 5 comments on the San Francisco Examiner story from Oct 26, 2009, titled Keep Reading. In it, San Francisco Examiner reports that:

The suggested link between autism and mercury exposure is a heated topic that won't go away, even though a majority of the medical community has debunked it.

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Raymond

Washington, DC

#1 Oct 26, 2009
One should not confuse between mercury or the vaccin itself.

But Autism following vaccination is documented and reported by many parents.

One of the main stream medical practice is always listen to parents first. As per many other medical condition.

However, when it comes to vaccins and autism, the so called experts are so quick to dismiss parents reporting, mainly calling it emotional observation or just a coincidence. How coincidence is it when a normal developping toddler forget to talk and make eye contact several days follwoing vaccination. If this was one parents story you might say coincindence. but when tousnads and thousands report the same exact phenomenon there is no coincidence.

It is Vaccin autism just like brother and sister relationship

Since: Jan 07

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#2 Oct 27, 2009
Science weighs in more than parental reporting. "even though a majority of the medical community has debunked it." You need science in order to prove theory, or coincidences. The reason the debate continues is people like you need and promote blame.
Ellen

Oceanside, CA

#3 Oct 27, 2009
I am doing research to understand the diagnostic process for children with ASD. After this vaccination event, what do most parents do to get a confirming diagnosis? Thanks very much.
Raymond wrote:
One should not confuse between mercury or the vaccin itself.
But Autism following vaccination is documented and reported by many parents.
One of the main stream medical practice is always listen to parents first. As per many other medical condition.
However, when it comes to vaccins and autism, the so called experts are so quick to dismiss parents reporting, mainly calling it emotional observation or just a coincidence. How coincidence is it when a normal developping toddler forget to talk and make eye contact several days follwoing vaccination. If this was one parents story you might say coincindence. but when tousnads and thousands report the same exact phenomenon there is no coincidence.
It is Vaccin autism just like brother and sister relationship

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#4 Oct 27, 2009
They go to a doctor of which only can diagnosis autism but no doctor yet can diagnosis cause.
Common denominators

Winkler, Canada

#5 Jun 22, 2011
friend wrote:
They go to a doctor of which only can diagnosis autism but no doctor yet can diagnosis cause.
They could, but don't want to. Worried they'd get sued, and doctor's love $$ more than anything

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