Asperger's and Autism: Brain Differen...

Asperger's and Autism: Brain Differences Found

There are 16 comments on the LiveScience story from Aug 2, 2013, titled Asperger's and Autism: Brain Differences Found. In it, LiveScience reports that:

Children with Asperger's syndrome show patterns of brain connectivity distinct from those of children with autism, according to a new study.

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Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Aug 2, 2013
Shows psychiatry is a joke, basing differences on nothing, no research like this. It also shows the genetic damage caused by vaccines cause aspergers in some, autism in others, ADHD in others.
Ray

Laval, Canada

#2 Aug 3, 2013
all those autism studies performed is fradulent and made to never find out what is autism. all those studies with aspergers and all others were and are wrong, since aspergers are different from autism physiologically. psychiatry is world of garbage...voodo.
Vaccines Angelman Syndrom

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Aug 3, 2013
Ray

Laval, Canada

#4 Aug 3, 2013
Vaccines Angelman Syndrom wrote:
They are injecting garbage into kids. The exzema, allergies, autsim, diabetes....even cancer is all been caused by these products. They are coming up with new strategy of vaccine delivery...they are pulling off of direct injection by using probiotic....you heard it here first

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#5 Aug 3, 2013
You'll have to do a little better than a single case study, and try a disorder that isn't genetic. Dravets is also genetic. Even within your own link "A history of vaccine encephalopathy is rare among patients with learning disability and refractory epilepsy". Do you ever read the studies?? The study isn't pointing to the cause of, but suggesting an important underlying condition in cases of alleged vaccine encephalopathy after pertussis vaccination. You know, a non vaccine related genetic predisposition?? The study is suggesting, although rare, geentic testing be done before the pertussis vaccination. Based on a single case study.
Vaccines Angelman Syndrom

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Aug 4, 2013
friend wrote:
You'll have to do a little better than a single case study, and try a disorder that isn't genetic. Dravets is also genetic. Even within your own link "A history of vaccine encephalopathy is rare among patients with learning disability and refractory epilepsy". Do you ever read the studies?? The study isn't pointing to the cause of, but suggesting an important underlying condition in cases of alleged vaccine encephalopathy after pertussis vaccination. You know, a non vaccine related genetic predisposition?? The study is suggesting, although rare, geentic testing be done before the pertussis vaccination. Based on a single case study.
One thing pubmed does, is deliver evidence then distance themselves from ANYTHING vaccine related. They know what will happen to them and their careers if they whistle blow. And what you say about suggesting an underlying condition is bunk. Read the title yourself. It alleges is vaccine caused and that includes TRIGGERING underlying genetic issues that were not TRIGGERED pre-vaccine. But you are to dense to understand that means vaccines caused it. Pubmed doesn't explain how or why, but indicates its suspected. That the limitation of this study, it doesn't go far enough. Wonder why.

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#7 Aug 4, 2013
It's clear all you did was read the title, but of course you interpreted the meaning of the study incorrectly. Not uncommon for anti vaxxers, they all seem to 'make' a study be what they want it to mean rather than read the contents to find out what the study actually states.

It's a great study, and it's not describing what you think it is. Try reading the whole study. The study is suggesting genetic testing prior to vaccination to catch those with important underlying genetic conditions that would lead the person to be predisposition that would be triggered by a vaccine. The study even states that although vaccine encephalopathy is 'rare', genetic testing should be done prior to vaccines.

Angelman's doesn't display symptom's right at birth, most who have it isn't known until between the ages of 18 months to 6 years old. Now I agree genetic testing should be done prior to vaccines, but it's very expensive and insurances don't often like to foot that bill. One day genetic testing will become more common and accepted by insurances, just not based off of a single case study. And that same person could acquire encephalopathy just the same if they avoid vaccines and then contract a childhood illness.
Vaccines Gluten Allergy

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Aug 4, 2013
friend wrote:
It's clear all you did was read the title, but of course you interpreted the meaning of the study incorrectly. Not uncommon for anti vaxxers, they all seem to 'make' a study be what they want it to mean rather than read the contents to find out what the study actually states.
It's a great study, and it's not describing what you think it is. Try reading the whole study. The study is suggesting genetic testing prior to vaccination to catch those with important underlying genetic conditions that would lead the person to be predisposition that would be triggered by a vaccine. The study even states that although vaccine encephalopathy is 'rare', genetic testing should be done prior to vaccines.
Angelman's doesn't display symptom's right at birth, most who have it isn't known until between the ages of 18 months to 6 years old. Now I agree genetic testing should be done prior to vaccines, but it's very expensive and insurances don't often like to foot that bill. One day genetic testing will become more common and accepted by insurances, just not based off of a single case study. And that same person could acquire encephalopathy just the same if they avoid vaccines and then contract a childhood illness.
More DUH. Repeating what a study says, or interpreting it with your twisted mind doesn't change what it means. Seems anything and everything you read and comment on is unrecognizable as anything but Pharma fantasy. You should should write Harry Potter books.

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#9 Aug 4, 2013
The child had Angelman's prior, which left the child with a predisposition for encephalopathy, which exposure to the vaccine came before exposure to the illness itself. The study is about encephalopathy and preventing it of those who have known genetic disorder's. However the study states both Angelman's and encephalopathy is rare. A term even you should be able to understand.

It's a bummer, isn't it, when you realize the study didn't mean what you thought it did just by reading the title??? And thanks for admitting you don't understand written English.
WATCH THE VIEW

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Aug 4, 2013
friend wrote:
The child had Angelman's prior, which left the child with a predisposition for encephalopathy, which exposure to the vaccine came before exposure to the illness itself. The study is about encephalopathy and preventing it of those who have known genetic disorder's. However the study states both Angelman's and encephalopathy is rare. A term even you should be able to understand.
It's a bummer, isn't it, when you realize the study didn't mean what you thought it did just by reading the title??? And thanks for admitting you don't understand written English.
Comprehension problems
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#11 Aug 6, 2013
friend wrote:
The child had Angelman's prior, which left the child with a predisposition for encephalopathy, which exposure to the vaccine came before exposure to the illness itself. The study is about encephalopathy and preventing it of those who have known genetic disorder's. However the study states both Angelman's and encephalopathy is rare. A term even you should be able to understand.
It's a bummer, isn't it, when you realize the study didn't mean what you thought it did just by reading the title??? And thanks for admitting you don't understand written English.
So you are stating WITHOUT any peer reviewed, gold standard research that Angelmans leads to encephaopathy? RARE? is one in 50 or 1 in 10 for autism, ADHD rare? The word rare means it rare for pro-vacs to tell the truth .

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#12 Aug 6, 2013
I never said a thing about peer reviewed. I never on my own said anything about rare, either. It's was YOUR link, not mine. YOUR link to a study states clearly "although vaccine encephalopathy is 'rare', genetic testing should be done prior to vaccines."
YOUR study. You should had read it first before sharing. Funny how you argue against YOUR own link!
PHARMA MAIMS KILLS

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Aug 6, 2013
friend wrote:
The child had Angelman's prior, which left the child with a predisposition for encephalopathy, which exposure to the vaccine came before exposure to the illness itself. The study is about encephalopathy and preventing it of those who have known genetic disorder's. However the study states both Angelman's and encephalopathy is rare. A term even you should be able to understand.
It's a bummer, isn't it, when you realize the study didn't mean what you thought it did just by reading the title??? And thanks for admitting you don't understand written English.
So explain this statement of yours "The child had Angelman's prior, which left the child with a predisposition for encephalopathy, which exposure to the vaccine came before exposure to the illness itself" Thats your statement. Angelman's then vaccines then encephalopathy. Proven by what evidence? And remember blah blah opinions are not evidence.

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#14 Aug 6, 2013
Read YOUR study, the full study, not just the title or abstract.

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#15 Aug 6, 2013
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/angelman-syn...

Angelman syndrome is a genetic disorder. It's most often caused by problems with a gene located on chromosome 15 called the ubiquitin-protein ligase E3A (UBE3A) gene.

Genes are segments of DNA that provide the blueprints for all of your characteristics. You receive your genes, which occur in pairs, from your parents. One copy comes from your mother (maternal copy), and the other copy comes from your father (paternal copy).

Both genes in a pair usually are active. This means that your cells use information from both the maternal copy and the paternal copy of each gene pair. But in a small number of genes, only one copy of a gene pair is active. The activity of each gene copy depends on whether it was passed from your mother or from your father. This parent-specific gene activity is called imprinting. In these genes, when the copy that's usually active is missing or defective, it causes problems in the functions and characteristics controlled by that gene.

Normally, only the maternal copy of the UBE3A gene is active in the brain, caused by what's known as genomic imprinting. Most cases of Angelman syndrome occur when part of the maternal chromosome 15, which contains this gene, is missing or damaged. In a small number of cases, Angelman syndrome is caused when two paternal copies of the gene are inherited, instead of one paternal and one maternal copy (paternal uniparental disomy).
Vaccines Cause ADHD

Winnipeg, Canada

#16 Aug 6, 2013
friend wrote:
http://www.mayoclinic.com/heal th/angelman-syndrome/DS01048/D SECTION=causes
Angelman syndrome is a genetic disorder. It's most often caused by problems with a gene located on chromosome 15 called the ubiquitin-protein ligase E3A (UBE3A) gene.
Genes are segments of DNA that provide the blueprints for all of your characteristics. You receive your genes, which occur in pairs, from your parents. One copy comes from your mother (maternal copy), and the other copy comes from your father (paternal copy).
Both genes in a pair usually are active. This means that your cells use information from both the maternal copy and the paternal copy of each gene pair. But in a small number of genes, only one copy of a gene pair is active. The activity of each gene copy depends on whether it was passed from your mother or from your father. This parent-specific gene activity is called imprinting. In these genes, when the copy that's usually active is missing or defective, it causes problems in the functions and characteristics controlled by that gene.
Normally, only the maternal copy of the UBE3A gene is active in the brain, caused by what's known as genomic imprinting. Most cases of Angelman syndrome occur when part of the maternal chromosome 15, which contains this gene, is missing or damaged. In a small number of cases, Angelman syndrome is caused when two paternal copies of the gene are inherited, instead of one paternal and one maternal copy (paternal uniparental disomy).
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