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Measles, mumps, rubella vaccine isn't linked to autism: large review

There are 21 comments on the GlobalNews story from Jul 3, 2014, titled Measles, mumps, rubella vaccine isn't linked to autism: large review. In it, GlobalNews reports that:

It's new research that may have come in handy for concerned parents as a measles outbreak spread through parts of Canada last year: childhood vaccines are safe and don't lead to autism, a scientific review suggests.

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GARBAGE

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Jul 5, 2014
A review "SUGGESTS" not proof.

Since: Jan 07

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#2 Jul 5, 2014
The actual quote is:
"Turns out, the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine — dubbed MMR — may lead to fever and seizures, findings that Canadian researchers suggested earlier this year.

But there was “strong evidence” that autism and the vaccine aren’t linked, contrary to what celebrity moms told the public."

Even with the word suggests, the study didn't suggest vaccines were the cause for autism. It's just another review giving anti vaxxers another bad day.
ricIMBECILE99

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Jul 6, 2014
friend wrote:
The actual quote is:
"Turns out, the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine — dubbed MMR — may lead to fever and seizures, findings that Canadian researchers suggested earlier this year.
But there was “strong evidence” that autism and the vaccine aren’t linked, contrary to what celebrity moms told the public."
Even with the word suggests, the study didn't suggest vaccines were the cause for autism. It's just another review giving anti vaxxers another bad day.
Comprehension 101, a couse friend got an F in.

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#5 Jul 6, 2014
The journalist choice 'suggusts', not the authors of the study. What the authors stated was "But there was “strong evidence” that autism and the vaccine aren’t linked, contrary to what celebrity moms told the public."

Bummer for you who and another bad day in the science world for anti vaxxers every where.
friend ZERO Credibility

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Jul 6, 2014
friend wrote:
The journalist choice 'suggusts', not the authors of the study. What the authors stated was "But there was “strong evidence” that autism and the vaccine aren’t linked, contrary to what celebrity moms told the public."
Bummer for you who and another bad day in the science world for anti vaxxers every where.
He can "suggusts" all he wants..snicker. Strong evidence means what? Means blah blah zero evidence.
ric99

Grimsby, UK

#7 Jul 6, 2014
What links ZERO Credibility with zero evidence?

Answer: Ross Coe.

Since: Jan 07

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#8 Jul 6, 2014
It's more than what Wakefield stated in his discussion "We did not prove an association between measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine and the syndrome described."

Try reading the actual study the article talks about, not what a journalist writes. You wont look so foolish defending something that science keeps finding no link to.
ricBONEHEAD99

Winnipeg, Canada

#9 Jul 6, 2014
ric99 wrote:
What links ZERO Credibility with zero evidence?
Answer: ric99.
So true
ricBONEHEAD99

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Jul 6, 2014
friend wrote:
It's more than what Wakefield stated in his discussion "We did not prove an association between measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine and the syndrome described."
Try reading the actual study the article talks about, not what a journalist writes. You wont look so foolish defending something that science keeps finding no link to.
What science? Old irrelevant trash and "claims" without proof?

Since: Jan 07

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#11 Jul 6, 2014
The studies this one looked at are some of the ones you've been spamming! It's what people call peer reviewed?? Ever hear of it?! Argue all you want, you wont change a thing and again, no one ever agree's with you.
DUH IM friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 Jul 7, 2014
friend wrote:
The studies this one looked at are some of the ones you've been spamming! It's what people call peer reviewed?? Ever hear of it?! Argue all you want, you wont change a thing and again, no one ever agree's with you.
OH a gold standard duh moment from friend

“A working mom”

Since: Jul 14

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#13 Jul 8, 2014
friend wrote:
Try reading the actual study the article talks about, not what a journalist writes. You wont look so foolish defending something that science keeps finding no link to.
Yea, internet has lots of hoax - number of articles are talking about one thing however some information may or may not be mentioned in some other articles related to it. Info less or info more; we shouldn't just be one sided.
VERY SCARY

Winnipeg, Canada

#14 Aug 3, 2014
friend wrote:
The actual quote is:
"Turns out, the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine — dubbed MMR — may lead to fever and seizures, findings that Canadian researchers suggested earlier this year.
But there was “strong evidence” that autism and the vaccine aren’t linked, contrary to what celebrity moms told the public."
Even with the word suggests, the study didn't suggest vaccines were the cause for autism. It's just another review giving anti vaxxers another bad day.
"Strong evidence" thats not explained. Its more pharma paid for media plopaganda

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#15 Aug 3, 2014
Yawn. This is a month old already and you're still complaining about what the article says? Read the actual study and you'd see who funded it for starters, and until you do, you're just another uneducated anti vaxxer squacking about nothing in hopes no one will actually read the study in order to debunk your petty unfounded squackings.
Vaccine Spetrum Disorder

Winnipeg, Canada

#16 Aug 3, 2014
"HAND PICKED" studies were reviewd. No wonder they found what they wanted.

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#17 Aug 3, 2014
Only in the mind of anti vaxxers. Actually, that's language some articles used, but in reality, just how would you think they'd go about it??? Hello. There's was an actually method to how they chose the 67 studies. In part, only studies that used active surveillance and had a control mechanism were included. Formulations not used in the United States were excluded. So of course had Wakefield's study not been debunked, it wouldn't had been used since that study had no controls.
Vaccine Spectrum Disorder

Winnipeg, Canada

#18 Aug 4, 2014
friend wrote:
Only in the mind of anti vaxxers. Actually, that's language some articles used, but in reality, just how would you think they'd go about it??? Hello. There's was an actually method to how they chose the 67 studies. In part, only studies that used active surveillance and had a control mechanism were included. Formulations not used in the United States were excluded. So of course had Wakefield's study not been debunked, it wouldn't had been used since that study had no controls.
DUH friend. Yea the method was "HAND PICKED" as it says. BIASED much?
Vaccine Spectrum Disorder

Winnipeg, Canada

#19 Aug 4, 2014
friend wrote:
Only in the mind of anti vaxxers. Actually, that's language some articles used, but in reality, just how would you think they'd go about it??? Hello. There's was an actually method to how they chose the 67 studies. In part, only studies that used active surveillance and had a control mechanism were included. Formulations not used in the United States were excluded. So of course had Wakefield's study not been debunked, it wouldn't had been used since that study had no controls.
Look, friend can copy plopaganda... very impressive.

Since: Jan 07

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#20 Aug 4, 2014
So, you're thinking is the ones they didn't pick would had any other meaning? Get real. And the retyped part is from the study, of how they came to choose. Just for you.
Face it, you're debunked and having a bad day.
Vaccine Spectrum Disorder

Winnipeg, Canada

#21 Aug 4, 2014
friend wrote:
So, you're thinking is the ones they didn't pick would had any other meaning? Get real. And the retyped part is from the study, of how they came to choose. Just for you.
Face it, you're debunked and having a bad day.
Have another coffee you're not awake yet. OBVIOUSLY who is not picked is not picked based on a biased set of ideas so certain findings show through. A 5 year old knows that.

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