There's no evidence to support parental fears about vaccines

Nov 1, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: St. Petersburg Times

My introduction to antivaccine thinking came six years ago, during a natural birth class.

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When they say NO EVIDENCE they mean none that they care to mention or recognize. Its easier to sell vaccines if you lie about them.

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No evidence means exactly that. If there was any, anti vaxxers would be posting away at it, and they don't.
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friend wrote:
No evidence means exactly that. If there was any, anti vaxxers would be posting away at it, and they don't.
Wrong as usual

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As always, too bad you cant prove I'm wrong or that the article information is wrong.
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ttp://adventuresinautism.blogs pot.ca/2007/06/no-evidence-of- any-link.html
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As always, too bad you cant prove I'm wrong or that the article information is wrong.
If there are no fears of vaccines or if there is no link between autism and vaccines: why the title of this article is < There's no evidence to support parental fears about vaccines<
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Even dumbos like Canadian Ray should be able to understand the reason for the article, what with people like Wakefield and McCarthy claiming links between vaccines like MMR and autism, without any scientific evidence to support their claims. Many parents will have heard about Wakefields claim, and read headlines about McCarthy and her son, but probably don't know about the large body of scientific evidence that rules out any such link.

Of course Canadian Ray is too dumb to realize that this is the reason for the title of the article, i.e. to educate and reassure parents.
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I always get my children vaccinated. The disease itself is far worse than the vaccine
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ric99 wrote:
Even dumbos like Canadian Ray should be able to understand the reason for the article, what with people like Wakefield and McCarthy claiming links between vaccines like MMR and autism, without any scientific evidence to support their claims. Many parents will have heard about Wakefields claim, and read headlines about McCarthy and her son, but probably don't know about the large body of scientific evidence that rules out any such link.
Of course Canadian Ray is too dumb to realize that this is the reason for the title of the article, i.e. to educate and reassure parents.
As you can see Teabag99 fails to understand that parents have their reasons. One is the Pharmaceutical industry's history of faulty, fraudulent products like MERCK'S VIOXX that killed as many as 250,000 and seriously injured 169,000. Merck makes vaccines too, Gardasil and an MMR. Merck has been sued by the USA for selling faulty MMR twice. But still governments protect these criminals because of vaccines. This article is garbage and won't PACIFY or FOOL people with working brains. It does fool ric99 and friend of DUH , who seem to think parents are as dumb as them.
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The real dumbos (like the Winnipeg dummy and Canadian Ray) are the ones who would rather listen to conspiracy theorists/quacks, who have no rigorous science to back up their claims, rather than real peer-reviewed scientific studies.

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We've already been over this. VIOXX has nothing to do with anything, neither does Gardasil in relation to autism. USA has not, I repeat has not sued Merck over the MMR vaccine, ever. That is a bold face misinfo. There is court cases in the USA courts, however the Government themselves are not the ones who filed the case. Hello.

The fact is, vaccine rates are increasing. People realized Wakefield is a fraud and the outbreaks of measles in almost every country of unvaccinated people show vaccines are effective, and that people were duped by a fraud.
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RN wrote:
I always get my children vaccinated. The disease itself is far worse than the vaccine
Thanks DR DUH!
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We've already been over this. VIOXX has nothing to do with anything, neither does Gardasil in relation to autism. USA has not, I repeat has not sued Merck over the MMR vaccine, ever. That is a bold face misinfo. There is court cases in the USA courts, however the Government themselves are not the ones who filed the case. Hello.
The fact is, vaccine rates are increasing. People realized Wakefield is a fraud and the outbreaks of measles in almost every country of unvaccinated people show vaccines are effective, and that people were duped by a fraud.
Here's friend's proof, lies. Merck has been sued twice by the USA and anyone can serch and find that. friend has been supplied links but still lies about it. CREDIBILITY ZERO.
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ric99 wrote:
The real dumbos (like the Winnipeg dummy and Canadian Ray) are the ones who would rather listen to conspiracy theorists/quacks, who have no rigorous science to back up their claims, rather than real peer-reviewed scientific studies.
Another liar who uses misinfo and blah blah opinions as proof. ZERO CREDIBILITY

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Yea, I seen your links, and debunked them. It's not the USA suing, you obviously didn't read your own links.

Again, the USA Government has not sued Merck over the MMR vaccine, ever. And besides that, Merck isn't the only one who manufactures the MMR vaccine and the Merck vaccine is still available in the USA. Hello.
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friend wrote:
We've already been over this. VIOXX has nothing to do with anything, neither does Gardasil in relation to autism. USA has not, I repeat has not sued Merck over the MMR vaccine, ever. That is a bold face misinfo. There is court cases in the USA courts, however the Government themselves are not the ones who filed the case. Hello.
The fact is, vaccine rates are increasing. People realized Wakefield is a fraud and the outbreaks of measles in almost every country of unvaccinated people show vaccines are effective, and that people were duped by a fraud.
It is unfortunate but vaccination rates are dropping. I guess you cant blame anyone except the pharma greed and lack of research into parents autism vaccine claim link. Anyway, I see a lot of parents and even nurses and doctors not vaccinating. I know I am not and my family...its way too risky...I live with the disease

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Sorry, but 50K doesn't at all reflect dropping vaccination rates.
50,000 MMR vaccinations so far in battle to halt Welsh measles epidemic
http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/healt...

Nice try at anti vaxxer misinfo.
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friend wrote:
Sorry, but 50K doesn't at all reflect dropping vaccination rates.
50,000 MMR vaccinations so far in battle to halt Welsh measles epidemic
http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/healt...
Nice try at anti vaxxer misinfo.
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Try reality. 50K are no longer buying into the Wakefake anti vaxxer fraud.

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