Measles Return and Parents' Fears

Measles Return and Parents' Fears

There are 9 comments on the Wall Street Journal story from Jul 25, 2013, titled Measles Return and Parents' Fears. In it, Wall Street Journal reports that:

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Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Jul 25, 2013
Wall Street Journal, Big Pharma's biggest supporter.
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Jul 27, 2013
vaccine strain measles in toddler's brain pubmed
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10589903
vaccine injury caused genetic injury/
gulf War syndrome http://the-tap.blogspot.ca/2012/03/gulf-war-s...

Since: Jan 07

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#3 Jul 27, 2013
Of the first link, the 1999 study of a single boy,
"It is significant that our patient was found to suffer from a profound deficiency of CD8 cells as well as dysgammaglobulinemia, which were not suspected clinically at the time of vaccination."
And
"Clearly, a serious outcome such as occurred for this patient is
an exceedingly rare event, and this report should not lead to
changes in current immunization practices."

Helps to read and understand the study you're providing, would then prevent it's back firing.
As for the 2nd link, off topic.
GARDASIL NIGHTMARES

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Jul 28, 2013
friend wrote:
Of the first link, the 1999 study of a single boy,
"It is significant that our patient was found to suffer from a profound deficiency of CD8 cells as well as dysgammaglobulinemia, which were not suspected clinically at the time of vaccination."
And
"Clearly, a serious outcome such as occurred for this patient is
an exceedingly rare event, and this report should not lead to
changes in current immunization practices."
Helps to read and understand the study you're providing, would then prevent it's back firing.
As for the 2nd link, off topic.
Its evidence it happens. The conclusion is obviously biased and is written on purpose to deflect blame. I was shocked to see PubMed even allow the case to be publicized because it shows what a vaccine can do. And yes its one child, they made sure they didn't discuss the possibility of more. See that's what separates us. I understand , while you don't.

Since: Jan 07

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#5 Jul 28, 2013
Hello, you cant change the fact that the single child had profound deficiency of CD8 cells as well as dysgammaglobulinemia, a rare inherited immunodeficiency disorder. That's what separates us, those who understand what a study says and it's meaning. It's evidence only that the single child had a inherited immunodeficiency disorder prior to vaccines. Vaccines didn't cause it and had the child contracted the measles, due to his pre existing condition, encephalitis would had still been the outcome.
Thanks for sharing such a great link.
Vaccines Cause Autism

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Jul 28, 2013
friend wrote:
Hello, you cant change the fact that the single child had profound deficiency of CD8 cells as well as dysgammaglobulinemia, a rare inherited immunodeficiency disorder. That's what separates us, those who understand what a study says and it's meaning. It's evidence only that the single child had a inherited immunodeficiency disorder prior to vaccines. Vaccines didn't cause it and had the child contracted the measles, due to his pre existing condition, encephalitis would had still been the outcome.
Thanks for sharing such a great link.
It is great because it shows vaccine virus has access to the brain. The rest is speculation and conjecture, your two favorites things.

Since: Jan 07

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#7 Jul 28, 2013
No speculation or conjecture at all. The study you provided,(remember, it was your link which you clearly failed to read) showed that IF you have the same rare inherited immunodeficiency disorder as they named, it wouldn't had mattered vaccine or contracting the virus, the inherited immunodeficiency disorder as they named- made the child medically predisposition not only to the virus in the vaccine, contracting the virus, but of other viruses as well. Maybe even the common cold virus.
It's also not speculation or conjecture when within your link those of the study stated: "Clearly, a serious outcome such as occurred for this patient is an exceedingly rare event, and this report should not lead to changes in current immunization practices."

Nice attempt fear tactics. Only it back fired on you. next time read more than the abstract, it'll prevent your own speculation and conjecture! Great study. Cant wait for the next link.

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#8 Jul 28, 2013
Oh and by the way, we already knew the measles virus could cause encephalitis, 1 child in every 1,000 who get measles will develop encephalitis. Hello.
WORRY ABOUT VACCINES 1ST

Winnipeg, Canada

#9 Jul 29, 2013
friend wrote:
No speculation or conjecture at all. The study you provided,(remember, it was your link which you clearly failed to read) showed that IF you have the same rare inherited immunodeficiency disorder as they named, it wouldn't had mattered vaccine or contracting the virus, the inherited immunodeficiency disorder as they named- made the child medically predisposition not only to the virus in the vaccine, contracting the virus, but of other viruses as well. Maybe even the common cold virus.
It's also not speculation or conjecture when within your link those of the study stated: "Clearly, a serious outcome such as occurred for this patient is an exceedingly rare event, and this report should not lead to changes in current immunization practices."
Nice attempt fear tactics. Only it back fired on you. next time read more than the abstract, it'll prevent your own speculation and conjecture! Great study. Cant wait for the next link.
DUH. The laguage used is typical cover up style. They know any admission would hit the front page and be a national sensation. Words and intent are carefully managed. Thats the real world and thats why its not true. Genetic issues have been shown to differentiate from one vaccine victim to the next. Suseptability is to vaccine components which makes it paramount and legally vaccine maker's negligence. Therefore vaccines cause autism, not the victims genes.

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