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Study: Autism signs may show up as early 1st month

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RegressiveAutism VACCINES

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Nov 8, 2013
Stories like this are for sheeple. It implies one course for autism, inherited/genetic. Yet genetic research has found AT MOST 20% inherited. Generally its only 3-9%. Leaving 80% or even more, 91-97% NOT INHERITED. Then we have eyewittness accounts from parents, who say after a series of vaccines my child regressed into autism.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#2 Nov 8, 2013
What the Winnipeg dummy doesn't mention is that there are more kids who regress either before vaccination, or many months or years after vaccination, than there are kids who regress just after vaccination. This was clearly shown by the Danish Study. Therefore there is no evidence that vaccinations caused regressive autism.

Debunked yet again.
UK BRAIN FART

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Nov 8, 2013
ric99 wrote:
What the Winnipeg dummy doesn't mention is that there are more kids who regress either before vaccination, or many months or years after vaccination, than there are kids who regress just after vaccination. This was clearly shown by the Danish Study. Therefore there is no evidence that vaccinations caused regressive autism.
Debunked yet again.
This is a brain fart. Its just a series of lies this 13 year old TROLL posts on Topix. His parents obviously don't monitor his aberrant behaviors.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#4 Nov 8, 2013
ric99 wrote:
What the Winnipeg dummy doesn't mention is that there are more kids who regress either before vaccination, or many months or years after vaccination, than there are kids who regress just after vaccination. This was clearly shown by the Danish Study. Therefore there is no evidence that vaccinations caused regressive autism.
Debunked yet again.
Anti vaxxers cant stand these articles. Aside from that, Winniepg's figures are predictably the same and also incorrect, as seen on other articles relating to this same thing and also the blood tests. Even IF genetics can only be said for 20 percent, no percent has been found that autism is caused by vaccines. It also points far away from the MMR vaccine. There also is yet to be any parental accounts of a one month old infant regressing to autism. Hello. And just as predictable, it's followed by personal attacks.
Goo Ray

Downey, CA

#5 Nov 8, 2013
Autism must be hard to diagnose in the south.
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#7 Nov 9, 2013
Goo Ray wrote:
Autism must be hard to diagnose in the south.
And in the UK

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#8 Nov 9, 2013
Not true. Encephalitis is not autism. If it was, then all those children who had encephalitis from contracting the measles prior to a vaccine would then have autism as well, and the autism rates would had been very high in the 1950's. Besides that, the symtom's of encephalitis don't come close to matching autism. The damage of encephalitis can certainly impair a person to display autism-like symptoms, but then so does a stroke patient or a drowning patient or a TBI patient.
It doesn't matter if a child is diagnosed with autism before or after a comp award, no matter how much anti vaxxers want it to mean something. The vaccine comp program has never awarded based on autism, nor has any other country.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#9 Nov 9, 2013
Perhaps the Winnipeg dummy would care to produce a link to a REAL medical reference which states that encephalitis is autism. He can't because no such reference exists. So by his definition all medical professionals must "have some mental deficiency".

The only one with a mental deficiency here is the Winnipeg dummy himself.
UK BRAIN FART

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Nov 9, 2013
friend wrote:
Not true. Encephalitis is not autism. If it was, then all those children who had encephalitis from contracting the measles prior to a vaccine would then have autism as well, and the autism rates would had been very high in the 1950's. Besides that, the symtom's of encephalitis don't come close to matching autism. The damage of encephalitis can certainly impair a person to display autism-like symptoms, but then so does a stroke patient or a drowning patient or a TBI patient.
It doesn't matter if a child is diagnosed with autism before or after a comp award, no matter how much anti vaxxers want it to mean something. The vaccine comp program has never awarded based on autism, nor has any other country.
Same old. Denial and doesn't matter. Translation Plop Plop
UK BRAIN FART

Winnipeg, Canada

#11 Nov 9, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Perhaps the Winnipeg dummy would care to produce a link to a REAL medical reference which states that encephalitis is autism. He can't because no such reference exists. So by his definition all medical professionals must "have some mental deficiency".
The only one with a mental deficiency here is the Winnipeg dummy himself.
brrrrat brrat No one who could make that determination will. Sadly is, some lame, lying scum who are recognized as experts can say it isn't and changing it impossible. That's why trash science works, because government and mainstream medicine can use it to con and coverup. Media reports it. Then distractors are labelled nutters and media prints it. Honesty isn't important and the outcome of vaccine injury isn't. Every post from friend of pharma and ricDUH99 show the effects of this brainwashing. Its washed all but one brain cell out of their heads.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#12 Nov 9, 2013
So where is the Winnipeg dummy's evidence that encephalitis is the same thing as autism? Oh dear, he doesn't have any as usual. Does he seriously believe that the public are going to believe that all medical professionals are fraudulent, when there is no evidence that they are? No chance, they aren't all morons like he is.

The Winnipeg dummy has been debunked yet again.
UK BRAIN FART

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Nov 9, 2013
ric99 wrote:
So where is the Winnipeg dummy's evidence that encephalitis is the same thing as autism? Oh dear, he doesn't have any as usual. Does he seriously believe that the public are going to believe that all medical professionals are fraudulent, when there is no evidence that they are? No chance, they aren't all morons like he is.
The Winnipeg dummy has been debunked yet again.
more brrrat brrrat from the tea and crumpet. Imbecile can't understand my last response. Must have gotten a lobotomy.
Dr Ben Dover

Downey, CA

#14 Nov 10, 2013
The symptoms are harder to diagnose in the south.
BRRRRRRRAT BRRAT

Winnipeg, Canada

#15 Nov 10, 2013
Dr Ben Dover wrote:
The symptoms are harder to diagnose in the south.
brain fart

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#16 Nov 11, 2013
ric99 wrote:
So where is the Winnipeg dummy's evidence that encephalitis is the same thing as autism? Oh dear, he doesn't have any as usual. Does he seriously believe that the public are going to believe that all medical professionals are fraudulent, when there is no evidence that they are? No chance, they aren't all morons like he is.
The Winnipeg dummy has been debunked yet again.
Anti vaxxers still cant get past the fact that no court has awarded a case due to autism and vaccines however, they alone create an imaginary connection to encephalitis and autism since that is what the courts are awarding claims for. Anti vaxxers fail to realize encephalitis has a specific medical test; autism does not. Encephalitis also has a mortality rate; autism does not. Avoiding any vaccine doesn't limit the risk of contracting encephalitis, either. There's different known types and many different causes, and prognosis varies to never knowing you ever had it to coma and death.
It might make for a good sci-fi or horror movie, but in the real world, only the very few anti vaxxers out there would believe such an imagination without science to back it up.
Vacines Autism Simple

Winnipeg, Canada

#18 Nov 12, 2013
friend wrote:
<quoted text>
Anti vaxxers still cant get past the fact that no court has awarded a case due to autism and vaccines however, they alone create an imaginary connection to encephalitis and autism since that is what the courts are awarding claims for. Anti vaxxers fail to realize encephalitis has a specific medical test; autism does not. Encephalitis also has a mortality rate; autism does not. Avoiding any vaccine doesn't limit the risk of contracting encephalitis, either. There's different known types and many different causes, and prognosis varies to never knowing you ever had it to coma and death.
It might make for a good sci-fi or horror movie, but in the real world, only the very few anti vaxxers out there would believe such an imagination without science to back it up.
More lies and blah blah zzzzzzzzzzzzzz!

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