Your Take: Childhood Vaccination Exemptions Rise in Connecticut

Sep 9, 2012 Full story: Patch.com 188

Some of the 1,056 exemptions for Connecticut children vaccinations from last year were related to parental worry that these vaccines could be linked to autism and other health problems in children, according to a Connecticut Post article .

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#146 Mar 14, 2013
America Gentleman Samuel wrote:
Who is the Real A-Hole from Winnipeg, Canada?
#143 & #144.
For a butt kisser you sure are mean. Shame on you.

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#147 Mar 15, 2013
So no study can find a link- and many studies are truly independent- yet people still persist in this belief.... there must be an emotional need to believe.

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#148 Mar 15, 2013
Vaccines Cause seizures wrote:
Time to cut the crap and tell the real story about vaccines. Vaccine safety and vaccine injury science is behind the times. Its far too convenient to say studies don't show a connection when its obvious proper study is not done and may not be possible. The body is complex, but we know one thing leads to another. We know vaccines cause seizures, fainting, brain inflamation, narcolepsy and death. Why is so far fetch to accept autism into that list of vaccine injury seems even more absurd when we can read about children being compensated. Similar to BIG TOBACCO science that insisted smoking caused no illness when ingested, BIG PHARMA has done the same to stall, save its business interests and avoid responsibility for a catastrophic world wide epidemic. And thats just autism.
Lest we forget.

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#149 Mar 15, 2013
I got my flu shot.
Vaccine Roulette

Winnipeg, Canada

#150 Mar 15, 2013
America Gentleman Samuel wrote:
I got my flu shot.
That explains the neurological issues you display. Probably smoke too.
Vaccine Roulette

Winnipeg, Canada

#151 Mar 15, 2013
Mary wrote:
Read "The virus and the vaccine". Very interesting and informative. We all know there is a autism epidemic with now 1 in 85 kids having autism, when in 1986 it was 1 in 10,000. I mean, eventually people are going to start noticing that everywhere you go there are neurologically damaged children...and begin asking themselves...gee how can this be? I feel sorry for the young mom's especially, because I have noticed that often they are raising these kids alone. If it's not vaccinations, then just what is it???? WHAT??? 1 in 85 versus 1 in 10,000 in 27 years. Hmmmmmmm, instead of "Autism awareness" how bout finding the CAUSE? Is it cell phone towers? Old dads?(right), our food? air? vaccines?(oops sorry) Where are the independant studies? This is a travesty!!!!
You're preaching to provac Neanderthals Mary. And the 1 in 88 estimate is from 2007, released in 2012 so it can mislead. Some feel its now 1 in 25. Its 1 in 47 in Omaha and New Jersy and 1 in 38 South Korea, 1 in 64 Britain. See these Neanderthals act like the autism phenomenon can be explained as inherited genetics by ignoring the fact its worldwide. Most environments and most people's, cultures, and color. They believe this is possible via genetics in families with no history of these disorders to pass on. There is only one common denominator, vaccines, but Neanderthals are notorious for not being able to learn and many perish trying to eat rock soup and longing to move back into caves.
LynneB

New Haven, CT

#152 Apr 5, 2013
I just had to bring this up again, for those who refuse to accept the fact that vaccines do NOT cause autism:

A new study, published in The Journal of Pediatrics, looked at children’s exposure to antigens, the substances in vaccines that cause the body to produce disease-fighting antibodies, to see if too much -- from too many shots in one day or cumulatively over the first two years of life -- increased autism. They found that the total levels of antigens were the same in children with and without autism. Talk to your pediatrician about vaccination schedules and remember that not vaccinating can increase your child’s risk of other, potentially dangerous, illnesses.

Here is the link to get the article in PDF form:

http://healthyliving.msn.com/pregnancy-parent...

Open the link, and click on the "[PDF]" link in the article.

And I found this to be very interesting, and there is a link to the story on the same page: Now, researchers in Norway are reporting that they may also help reduce the risk of autism. In their analysis of data on more than 85,000 children born between 2002 and 2008, they found a 40 percent reduction in risk of having a child with autism among mothers who took folic-acid supplements four weeks before getting pregnant and in the eight weeks after conception.

So it stands to reason that if you didn't take get enough folic acid before and during your pregnancy, it's very possible that this could have contributed to your child having autism.

As always, don't just take anyone's word for it, do the research!
Autism 4 Dummies

Winnipeg, Canada

#153 Apr 5, 2013
LynneB wrote:
I just had to bring this up again, for those who refuse to accept the fact that vaccines do NOT cause autism:
A new study, published in The Journal of Pediatrics, looked at children’s exposure to antigens, the substances in vaccines that cause the body to produce disease-fighting antibodies, to see if too much -- from too many shots in one day or cumulatively over the first two years of life -- increased autism. They found that the total levels of antigens were the same in children with and without autism. Talk to your pediatrician about vaccination schedules and remember that not vaccinating can increase your child’s risk of other, potentially dangerous, illnesses.
Here is the link to get the article in PDF form:
http://healthyliving.msn.com/pregnancy-parent...
Open the link, and click on the "[PDF]" link in the article.
And I found this to be very interesting, and there is a link to the story on the same page: Now, researchers in Norway are reporting that they may also help reduce the risk of autism. In their analysis of data on more than 85,000 children born between 2002 and 2008, they found a 40 percent reduction in risk of having a child with autism among mothers who took folic-acid supplements four weeks before getting pregnant and in the eight weeks after conception.
So it stands to reason that if you didn't take get enough folic acid before and during your pregnancy, it's very possible that this could have contributed to your child having autism.
As always, don't just take anyone's word for it, do the research!
Falling for all the junk science. That latest study says that if you take 1,000 children vaccinate them equally, and 250 are harmed while 750 are not, then vaccines don't cause autism. Bogus, illogical and hilarious.
Autism 4 Dummies

Winnipeg, Canada

#154 Apr 5, 2013
15 PUBMED studies link vaccines to autism:
http://www.regardingcaroline.com/pubmed

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#155 Apr 5, 2013
Might at well go to the Topix forum page
http://www.topix.com/forum/health/autism/TE5G...

If one was to look at each (not just the abstacts) they's see none of it is evidence or shows a link. Most are inconclusive hypothesis not confirmed, data studies, animal studies not confirmed to happen in children (their own words), one is from the Geier's (how fun that was), and one had nothing to do with childhood vaccines. Most of the 15 studies are done by the same repeating authors. The extra credit study was funny as well, since flu vaccines come thimerosal-free for pregnant women.

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#156 Apr 5, 2013
Autism 4 Dummies wrote:
<quoted text>Falling for all the junk science. That latest study says that if you take 1,000 children vaccinate them equally, and 250 are harmed while 750 are not, then vaccines don't cause autism. Bogus, illogical and hilarious.
???? Junk science in the Journal of Pediatrics??? That wouldn't even be allowed if it were junk science.

I guess there's not getting around the denial that some are in. I feel for you, I truly do. But no amount of denying and calling science-based studies "junk" will make the truth go away.

Sorry you were so offended. I was just trying to help.
Autism 4 Dummies

Winnipeg, Canada

#157 Apr 5, 2013
Citizen44 wrote:
So no study can find a link- and many studies are truly independent- yet people still persist in this belief.... there must be an emotional need to believe.
Here ya go, 15 PUBMED studies linking vaccines to autism http://www.regardingcaroline.com/pubmed
Autism 4 Dummies

Winnipeg, Canada

#158 Apr 5, 2013
LynneB wrote:
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???? Junk science in the Journal of Pediatrics??? That wouldn't even be allowed if it were junk science.
I guess there's not getting around the denial that some are in. I feel for you, I truly do. But no amount of denying and calling science-based studies "junk" will make the truth go away.
Sorry you were so offended. I was just trying to help.
Want to feel for someone? Feel for the millions of vaccine injured children worldwide. I'm not injured and I've had a great healthy life. I can think, talk and I've experienced all life has to offer. Autistic kids will have a hard time ever saying that. The true denial is that vaccines don't cause autism. A world wide Phenomenon with only ONE possible common denominator.

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#159 Apr 6, 2013
Autism 4 Dummies wrote:
<quoted text> Want to feel for someone? Feel for the millions of vaccine injured children worldwide. I'm not injured and I've had a great healthy life. I can think, talk and I've experienced all life has to offer. Autistic kids will have a hard time ever saying that. The true denial is that vaccines don't cause autism. A world wide Phenomenon with only ONE possible common denominator.
If you can think, I wonder why you think vaccines cause autism when it's been proven time and again that they DON'T. Comprehension is obviously not one of your strengths.

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#160 Apr 6, 2013
You're talking to the guy who spammed his 15 study blog link to 27 articles, and never looed up or read any of them and still considers Wakefield's work reliable and valid. Even if he did read any of them, it wouldn't matter. Headlines is what matters to him. If a blogger states it to be true, then it must be. Not to mention the Examiner purposely produce articles to set off anti vaxxers. This is the same guy who thinks there's only one cause for all those 'millions', as if there isn't any other possible common denominator, and thinks there are 2 types of autism.
Autism 4 Dummies

Winnipeg, Canada

#161 Apr 6, 2013
LynneB wrote:
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If you can think, I wonder why you think vaccines cause autism when it's been proven time and again that they DON'T. Comprehension is obviously not one of your strengths.
Hardly. You're as blind as a bat. The perfect consumer and sucker. There are NO studies proving, only studies that conclude it or say its neither proven or unproven. See your comprehension deficits have you believing proof exists when it doesn't.
Autism 4 Dummies

Winnipeg, Canada

#162 Apr 6, 2013
friend wrote:
You're talking to the guy who spammed his 15 study blog link to 27 articles, and never looed up or read any of them and still considers Wakefield's work reliable and valid. Even if he did read any of them, it wouldn't matter. Headlines is what matters to him. If a blogger states it to be true, then it must be. Not to mention the Examiner purposely produce articles to set off anti vaxxers. This is the same guy who thinks there's only one cause for all those 'millions', as if there isn't any other possible common denominator, and thinks there are 2 types of autism.
While your only thought is DUH!

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#163 Apr 6, 2013
friend wrote:
You're talking to the guy who spammed his 15 study blog link to 27 articles, and never looed up or read any of them and still considers Wakefield's work reliable and valid. Even if he did read any of them, it wouldn't matter. Headlines is what matters to him. If a blogger states it to be true, then it must be. Not to mention the Examiner purposely produce articles to set off anti vaxxers. This is the same guy who thinks there's only one cause for all those 'millions', as if there isn't any other possible common denominator, and thinks there are 2 types of autism.
I get what you're saying. It's just a real shame how some people, even when the facts are staring them in the face, choose ignorance over enlightenment. Thanks for your support, anyway. The best we can do is ignore those who won't accept the truth. It's very sad. Especially when he resorts to name-calling and thinks that enhances his position, whem all it really does is call attention to his foolishness.

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#164 Apr 6, 2013
Interesting comments from my friend, Lynne. God bless her.
A HOLE IN YOUR HEAD

Winnipeg, Canada

#165 Apr 7, 2013
LynneB wrote:
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I get what you're saying. It's just a real shame how some people, even when the facts are staring them in the face, choose ignorance over enlightenment. Thanks for your support, anyway. The best we can do is ignore those who won't accept the truth. It's very sad. Especially when he resorts to name-calling and thinks that enhances his position, whem all it really does is call attention to his foolishness.
What a laugh. EVIDENCE staring who in the face? Supply that evidence. Your simple opinion is worth as much as what you flush down the john. Time for you to get informed BEFORE talking nonsense.

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