Nearly 50% in US Believe in Medical C...

Nearly 50% in US Believe in Medical Conspiracy Theories

There are 12 comments on the Live Science story from Mar 17, 2014, titled Nearly 50% in US Believe in Medical Conspiracy Theories. In it, Live Science reports that:

The study surveyed more than 1,300 Americans to see whether they agreed with six popular medical conspiracy theories - such as the discredited link between vaccines and autism , or the belief that water fluoridation is a cover-up to allow companies to dump dangerous chemicals into the environment.

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Makes Pefect Sense

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Mar 17, 2014
Those who protect vaccine makers think that repeating Wakefield's "STUDY" was discredited over and over, we might finally believe it. Notice how they also use it year after year and NEVER have any other valid evidence to prove vaccines don't cause autism. Instead they site lame junk science paid for by big pharma and the CDC

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#2 Mar 17, 2014
You got it wrong, Ross Coe. The reason why they keep bringing up Wakefield is because it's the only thing anti vaxxers claim as evidence.

There's plenty of evidence otherwise discrediting the vaccine conspiracy, and done by many other countries as well. And what's really funny, as anti vaxxers claim studies are paid for by the horrible CDC, they still keep siting the CDC's autism rates! As seen right here
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/autism/TB9G...

Who do they think paid for that study??!!

Got to love another opporunity to debunk those conspiracy claims!
Makes Pefect Sense

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Mar 17, 2014
friend wrote:
You got it wrong, Ross Coe. The reason why they keep bringing up Wakefield is because it's the only thing anti vaxxers claim as evidence.
There's plenty of evidence otherwise discrediting the vaccine conspiracy, and done by many other countries as well. And what's really funny, as anti vaxxers claim studies are paid for by the horrible CDC, they still keep siting the CDC's autism rates! As seen right here
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/autism/TB9G...
Who do they think paid for that study??!!
Got to love another opporunity to debunk those conspiracy claims!
duh ross coe another dumb post
Typical Putdown

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Mar 19, 2014
The message being if you don't follow like sheep, and think for yourself you are a conspiracy nut. Forget actual evidence, and avoid the facts, or be called derogatory names and have your sanity questioned
ric99

Boston, UK

#5 Mar 19, 2014
The Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy 'conveniently' forgets that ALL the real evidence and facts (i.e. data from scientific studies) show conclusively that vaccines DO NOT cause autism.

As for calling people derogatory names, that is the only thing that the Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy is any good at.
ricDUH99

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Mar 19, 2014
ric99 wrote:
The Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy 'conveniently' forgets that ALL the real evidence and facts (i.e. data from scientific studies) show conclusively that vaccines DO NOT cause autism.
As for calling people derogatory names, that is the only thing that the Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy is any good at.
what a hoot. you 2 Dumbo's think my name is Ross Coe....buh wah ha ha.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#7 Mar 19, 2014
It's all about denial and how anti vaxxers including Ross Coe only have Wakefield's doomed paper that was discredited and best of all, Wakefield didn't even bother appealing the ruling. Where the sheep are, are those who rely on Wakefield's discredited paper of which that paper was an utter disaster. They have nothing else. While the rest of the world faces reality and actual peer reviewed science, there's only a few sheep to flock around Wakefield and cling to the known criminal who harmed children.
ric99

Boston, UK

#9 Mar 20, 2014
The Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy seems to be loosing his memory about who he is, so let's remind him.

On April 3rd, 2011, the Winnipeg dummy posted twice on this forum using the name Ross Coe, Winnipeg, Canada. On dozens of other web sites, Ross Coe of Winnipeg Canada has posted the same rubbish as he posts here concerning vaccines and autism, telling exactly the same story about his son's regression into autism, and displaying the same ignorance about the definition of spontaneous genetic mutation as he does here.

The Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy has been debunked yet again.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#10 Mar 20, 2014
Ross Coe's multiple name useage to appear like there's many anti vaxxers instead of the single person that he is goes on at every site he posts, not just at this topix forum. His location and same debunked misinfo gives him away every time. He's the only one who makes such a joke out of autism that he uses multiple names instead of the same name. And of all the100's of names he uses, this one seems to fit him the best.

And still he has no valid evidence and still follows known criminals like a sheep.
Ross Coe

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 Mar 21, 2014
MOR-ONS

“numerically challenged”

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#13 Mar 21, 2014
It is a medical conspiracy that Topix posters have congenital identity crises.
CENSORSHIP

Winnipeg, Canada

#15 Apr 11, 2014
ric99 wrote:
The Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy 'conveniently' forgets that ALL the real evidence and facts (i.e. data from scientific studies) show conclusively that vaccines DO NOT cause autism.
As for calling people derogatory names, that is the only thing that the Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy is any good at.
Here's one of the 1300 misfits interviewed, just 14 years old and immature. Believes he's the next Steven Hawkings, buh wah ha ha so he thinks there are conspiracies too snicker

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