Richard Feldman: Vaccines and autism:...

Richard Feldman: Vaccines and autism: Numerous studies indicate no connection

There are 3 comments on the The Star Press story from Apr 20, 2014, titled Richard Feldman: Vaccines and autism: Numerous studies indicate no connection. In it, The Star Press reports that:

A number of celebrities continue to actively promote the notion that vaccines in general, or that receiving too many vaccines too quickly, can lead to autism.

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VACCINES R DANGEROUS

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Apr 20, 2014
More vaccine plopaganda. Talks about "STUDIES" but surprise doesn't name them. Same old lame old trash that disrespects real fear based on faulty product. And no mention of real adverse affects, VAERS, vaccine adverse reaction compensationplans or vaccine injury courts. These weren't set up by anti-vaxxers people they were set up by government to protect vaccine makers from being litigated out of business. But doctors like this clown believe parents are too stupid to know these things. Especially doctors who think they are above us all. Mentioning Wakefield as usual. Wakefield had no MMR study and NEVER said MMR caused autism, but goofs like this keep lying and saying this fraudulent study was debunked, end of story, get your vaccines here!!

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#2 Apr 20, 2014
Actually, one of those 20 some studies was mentioned but it wouldn't matter anyway. All anti vaxxers deny them and still claim Wakefield's wasn't debunked even though it was. Wakefield didn't have to say the MMR caused autism, it was clear what his motive was by who funded the research and that all 12 children's parents wanted to sue. Hello. And Wakefield didn't set the record straight and still hasn't when people refer to his research. His silence speaks for itself.

Anti vaxxers didn't set up Vaccine Compensation or VAERS, and they wouldn't have even if they thought of it. Anti vaxxers misuse vaccine comp and VAERS, as seen here, and have to clue why it was formed to begin with or they'd not make such foolish claims about it.

One cant change historical facts. Vaccines have played a huge medical role in saving children's lives, however all things have risks. There is no 100 percent safe thing in this world nomatter where you live. Don't want to vaccinate, then don't. But then don't be responsible for spreading you measles germs to others. Take responsibility and stay away from other people.
Research Fraud

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Apr 21, 2014
friend wrote:
Actually, one of those 20 some studies was mentioned but it wouldn't matter anyway. All anti vaxxers deny them and still claim Wakefield's wasn't debunked even though it was. Wakefield didn't have to say the MMR caused autism, it was clear what his motive was by who funded the research and that all 12 children's parents wanted to sue. Hello. And Wakefield didn't set the record straight and still hasn't when people refer to his research. His silence speaks for itself.
Anti vaxxers didn't set up Vaccine Compensation or VAERS, and they wouldn't have even if they thought of it. Anti vaxxers misuse vaccine comp and VAERS, as seen here, and have to clue why it was formed to begin with or they'd not make such foolish claims about it.
One cant change historical facts. Vaccines have played a huge medical role in saving children's lives, however all things have risks. There is no 100 percent safe thing in this world nomatter where you live. Don't want to vaccinate, then don't. But then don't be responsible for spreading you measles germs to others. Take responsibility and stay away from other people.
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