Measles catch-up jabs sent to GPs

Jun 6, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: BBC News

More than 200,000 extra doses of the MMR vaccine have been ordered by GPs in England as the government aims to vaccinate one million children at risk of measles.

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They can order all they want, its obvious parents don't want or trust the MMR. And why its in the AUTISM forum is particularly strange.
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Oh dear, the Winnipeg dummy's reading ability is getting steadily worse. It's in the AUTISM forum because it contains the following sentence:-

"Measles vaccination rates across the UK fell in the late 1990s and early 2000s after now discredited claims of a link between the MMR jab and autism."

If "parents don't want or trust the MMR", they why are they now queuing up with their kids in their thousands to get them vaccinated with MMR?

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It's in the autism forum because people like Winnipeg continue to link the MMR to autism without any evidence. Since the article contains the word autism and that infamous 1990 study, it lands in the autism forum. Hello.
That said, more anti vaxxer misinfo continues from Winnipeg. This forum has already had articles about how many are lining up for that vaccine in drop-in clinics in the UK and this article states it as well. More than 60,000 children have been given the jab in order to curb the outbreak in Swansea and Powys. Parents are now realizing Wakefield was a fraud and they put their child at risk beliving in the fraud.
Hate to burst the anti vaxxers bubble, it's clear he's wrong yet again. 60K is a lot of people trusting the vaccine!
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ric99 wrote:
Oh dear, the Winnipeg dummy's reading ability is getting steadily worse. It's in the AUTISM forum because it contains the following sentence:-
"Measles vaccination rates across the UK fell in the late 1990s and early 2000s after now discredited claims of a link between the MMR jab and autism."
If "parents don't want or trust the MMR", they why are they now queuing up with their kids in their thousands to get them vaccinated with MMR?
And the 13 year old falls for all thats printed in the media. Shows social control and misinformation really works on 13 year olds.
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And the Winnipeg dummy falls for all that's printed in conspiracy theory sites, without any scientific evidence. Shows misinformation really works on those with senile dementia.

He even thinks I'm 13 years old, again with no evidence. His dementia must be bad.

Incidentally the long queues of parents with kids outside vaccine clinics were shown on TV news bulletins, together with interviews of the parents. I suppose the Winnipeg dummy is going to claim that it was all faked.
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And the Winnipeg dummy falls for all that's printed in conspiracy theory sites, without any scientific evidence. Shows misinformation really works on those with senile dementia.
He even thinks I'm 13 years old, again with no evidence. His dementia must be bad.
Incidentally the long queues of parents with kids outside vaccine clinics were shown on TV news bulletins, together with interviews of the parents. I suppose the Winnipeg dummy is going to claim that it was all faked.
The only claim I'll make is that you ARE Richard B AKA the next Stephen Hawkins and you are 13 years old. Maybe he forgets telling all this previously. If he doesn't, his credibility which is already zero, goes into the red.
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The Winnipeg dummy has gone into another one of his senile dementia fantasies again about me being Stephen Hawkins (whoever he is) and being 13 years old. It's what he does whenever he can't answer the question. What about the queues outside the vaccination clinics, which he claims don't exist?
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Here are just a few of the MMR queues that Winnipeg dummy insists don’t exist, because according to him,“its obvious parents don't want or trust the MMR”:-

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/health/news/art...

http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/...

http://www.itv.com/news/update/2013-04-13/mor...

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/487...

The Winnipeg dummy should have gone to Specsavers for an eye test if he can’t see this.
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ric99 wrote:
Here are just a few of the MMR queues that Winnipeg dummy insists don’t exist, because according to him,“its obvious parents don't want or trust the MMR”:-
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/health/news/art...
http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/...
http://www.itv.com/news/update/2013-04-13/mor...
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/487...
The Winnipeg dummy should have gone to Specsavers for an eye test if he can’t see this.
The only dummy here is you. It is clear that vaccines are causing autism...just ignore the reports of 1000000parents.

Dont rely on times and suns articles they are sitting on GSK board of directors.
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The Winnipeg dummy has gone into another one of his senile dementia fantasies again about me being Stephen Hawkins (whoever he is) and being 13 years old. It's what he does whenever he can't answer the question. What about the queues outside the vaccination clinics, which he claims don't exist?
Public fear vaccines mainly because it causes autism and steal lives
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Brossard Ray is the dummy. Do these 1,000,000 parents have medical expertise? No.
The few parents who do have medical expertise know that vaccines did not cause their kids’ autism.

If the vaccines are causing autism, why is it that scientific studies have shown that the autism rate among vaccinated kids is exactly the same as the autism rate among unvaccinated kids? Among both sets of kids (vaccinated and unvaccinated), the percentage who are diagnosed with an ASD is fairly small (just over 1%). Almost 99% do not get an ASD.

Is the Brossard dummy really mad enough to believe that the photos of MMR queues, and interviews of parents in those queues, were all faked? If so, he is even more demented than the Winnipeg dummy.

The number in the MMR clinic queues clearly shows that it is only the anti-vaccine conspiracy theorist nutters who fear vaccines, not the sensible public in general. The sensible public fear the possible side effects of diseases such as measles, which can result in serious ailments or even death, so they get their kids vaccinated.
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Brossard Ray is the dummy. Do these 1,000,000 parents have medical expertise? No.
The few parents who do have medical expertise know that vaccines did not cause their kids’ autism.
If the vaccines are causing autism, why is it that scientific studies have shown that the autism rate among vaccinated kids is exactly the same as the autism rate among unvaccinated kids? Among both sets of kids (vaccinated and unvaccinated), the percentage who are diagnosed with an ASD is fairly small (just over 1%). Almost 99% do not get an ASD.
Is the Brossard dummy really mad enough to believe that the photos of MMR queues, and interviews of parents in those queues, were all faked? If so, he is even more demented than the Winnipeg dummy.
The number in the MMR clinic queues clearly shows that it is only the anti-vaccine conspiracy theorist nutters who fear vaccines, not the sensible public in general. The sensible public fear the possible side effects of diseases such as measles, which can result in serious ailments or even death, so they get their kids vaccinated.
You're good at posting garbage about studies that have been discredited. Stating that many vaccinated kids don't become autistic and that its proof vaccines don't cause autism is the opinion of a complete moron. Parents are eye wittnesses to regressive autism and eyewittness accounts are the gold standard for criminal conviction in all parts of the world. Unfortunately parents fear, autism, measle ourbreaks AND vaccine injury. Fear mongering and pressure from doctors, meadia and schools put them in a frightening situation, a dilemna anyone would have difficulty with. People with differing opinions and free thought are not nuts, only immature 13 year olds from britain fit that label.
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Here are just a few of the MMR queues that Winnipeg dummy insists don’t exist, because according to him,“its obvious parents don't want or trust the MMR”:-
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/health/news/art...
http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/...
http://www.itv.com/news/update/2013-04-13/mor...
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/487...
The Winnipeg dummy should have gone to Specsavers for an eye test if he can’t see this.
DUH Hawkinz. These are stories about social control. pictures of a few dozen suddenly described as thousands. What a hoot.

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A ton of people claimed there was witches in Salem, but there really wasn't. But due to mass hysteria and fear, many believed them. What people 'claim' means little. Scientific proof means much more and I see neither offered any yet to support their claims.

Also, the only discredited study was Wakefield's. No other study yet pertaining to this other than Geier has been discredited.

The links provided above also prove parents are trusting the MMR vaccine, to the dismay of Winnipeg who claimed otherwise.
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What a hoot. Does the Winnipeg dummy seriously believe that all those parents could be forced by "social control" to queue outside vaccine clinics in Britain? If he does, he really is ready for admission to the funny farm.

As for the numbers, the clinics are required to record the numbers vaccinated, or is the Winnipeg dummy also suggesting that the clinics are under "social control". Send for the men in white coats, the Winnipeg dummy hasn't been taking his dementia medication.
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<quoted text> You're good at posting garbage about studies that have been discredited.
Discredited by whom? Only by people like the Winnipeg dummy, without any scientific reasoning for doing so. Fortunately nobody with any sense takes notice of nutters like him.

If vaccines caused regressive autism, only kids who had been vaccinated would be diagnosed with it. The facts revealed by REAL scientific studies show that the same percentage of unvaccinated kids get a regressive autism diagnosis as vaccinated kids. Anyone who can't see that has either never received an education, or is a complete nut case. Where are those men in white coats when they're needed?

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You're right, a hoot about social control. Facts is, they're all realizing Wakefield was a lair, the measles is serious. Winnipeg just cant handle the fact that parents are allowed to make vaccine choice of getting them for their children.
By the way, there is no standard definition for regression and the prevalence of regression varies depending on the definition used.

Richler J, Luyster R, Risi S et al.(2006). "Is there a 'regressive phenotype' of Autism Spectrum Disorder associated with the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine? a CPEA study".
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Discredited by whom? Only by people like the Winnipeg dummy, without any scientific reasoning for doing so. Fortunately nobody with any sense takes notice of nutters like him.
If vaccines caused regressive autism, only kids who had been vaccinated would be diagnosed with it. The facts revealed by REAL scientific studies show that the same percentage of unvaccinated kids get a regressive autism diagnosis as vaccinated kids. Anyone who can't see that has either never received an education, or is a complete nut case. Where are those men in white coats when they're needed?
Prove it Hogkins. List your studies PROVING unvaccinated autistics exist in 100% of autism cases. Thats what you are claiming, so prove it liar.
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You're right, a hoot about social control. Facts is, they're all realizing Wakefield was a lair, the measles is serious. Winnipeg just cant handle the fact that parents are allowed to make vaccine choice of getting them for their children.
By the way, there is no standard definition for regression and the prevalence of regression varies depending on the definition used.
Richler J, Luyster R, Risi S et al.(2006). "Is there a 'regressive phenotype' of Autism Spectrum Disorder associated with the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine? a CPEA study".
In other words DUH I'm friend
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What a hoot. Does the Winnipeg dummy seriously believe that all those parents could be forced by "social control" to queue outside vaccine clinics in Britain? If he does, he really is ready for admission to the funny farm.
As for the numbers, the clinics are required to record the numbers vaccinated, or is the Winnipeg dummy also suggesting that the clinics are under "social control". Send for the men in white coats, the Winnipeg dummy hasn't been taking his dementia medication.
Do you even know what SOCIAL CONTROL is lad?

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