'Aspergers may be result of MMR'

Apr 29, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Midulster Today

AN Ardboe man believes his autism spectrum disorder may be linked to having received the MMR vaccine as a child in the 1980s.

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This man of 33 wouldn't even remember what went on when he had the MMR vaccine (30 some years ago) to know if it were the cause for himself or not. You need a little more than a belief to convince others of what you believe, like proof. Because he and his brother have asperger's, sorry to say that alone points away from any vaccine being the cause.

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More inappropriate comments of yours gone.
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Winnipeg dummy posting under the name "Vaccine Studies Flawed", does not constitute any sort of evidence that they are flawed.
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ric99 wrote:
Winnipeg dummy posting under the name "Vaccine Studies Flawed", does not constitute any sort of evidence that they are flawed.
more lip from Dr.DUH
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Spammer ric99 wrote:
<quoted text>more lip from Dr.DUH
So the Winnipeg dummy doesn't have any evidence?

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But Winnipeg is correct, vaccine studies are flawed. Wakefield's, the Geier's. They both together add up to multiple flawed studies.
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ric99 wrote:
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So the Winnipeg dummy doesn't have any evidence?
More zero from DR Maggot
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friend wrote:
But Winnipeg is correct, vaccine studies are flawed. Wakefield's, the Geier's. They both together add up to multiple flawed studies.
Neither has done vaccine studies stooge. Provide links to their VACCINE STUDIES
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friend wrote:
This man of 33 wouldn't even remember what went on when he had the MMR vaccine (30 some years ago) to know if it were the cause for himself or not. You need a little more than a belief to convince others of what you believe, like proof. Because he and his brother have asperger's, sorry to say that alone points away from any vaccine being the cause.
You can't remember what you said yesterday so don't judge.
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GARBAGE wrote:
<quoted text> You can't remember what you said yesterday so don't judge.
It's the Winnipeg dummy who can't remember what he said yesterday, which is why he is always contradicting himself. Still, he is at last admitting that he is GARBAGE (see his new name), so i suppose that represents some progress.

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He only wrote that because his previous comments were removed. If you keep quoting him, there'll still be a copy even after they delete his inappropriate comments.
MMR MAIMS KILLS

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MMR CAUSES AUTISM

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Interesting how the MMR and autism are linked over and over and over and over and over....again
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Yes it is interesting how the MMR and autism are linked over and over and over and over and over....again, by conspiracy theorists and quacks like the Winnipeg dummy without even the slightest bit of scientific evidence to back up their claims.
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ric99 wrote:
Yes it is interesting how the MMR and autism are linked over and over and over and over and over....again, by conspiracy theorists and quacks like the Winnipeg dummy without even the slightest bit of scientific evidence to back up their claims.
The thing with autism and genetic links that you worship have had no results after 20 years of research. Till then everything is on the table including the shots that you promote here like car saleman

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No results after 20 years of research?? Talk about denialism!!! It can takes years to find genes of cause, as it did for breast cancer. It didn't mean genetics didn't play a part in breast cancer just because it took years to locate the genes.
It would be far easier to prove vaccines as a cause than genetics, if only there was any evidence vaccines caused anything. Fact it, no one worships genetics, however that IS where the evidence IS. Funny, how anti vaxxers who even posted to the recent June article about genetic risks found in half of autistic children still have the audacity to ignore it's relevance!

Sorry, vaccines are off all tables, until anti vaxxers can provide any sliver of scientific evidence pointing to them. Just keep up trying to get people not to vaccinate, and when they're child still has autism AND measles, or pertussis or some other childhood disease, they'll be sure to thank you.
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No results after 20 years of research?? Talk about denialism!!! It can takes years to find genes of cause, as it did for breast cancer. It didn't mean genetics didn't play a part in breast cancer just because it took years to locate the genes.
It would be far easier to prove vaccines as a cause than genetics, if only there was any evidence vaccines caused anything. Fact it, no one worships genetics, however that IS where the evidence IS. Funny, how anti vaxxers who even posted to the recent June article about genetic risks found in half of autistic children still have the audacity to ignore it's relevance!
Sorry, vaccines are off all tables, until anti vaxxers can provide any sliver of scientific evidence pointing to them. Just keep up trying to get people not to vaccinate, and when they're child still has autism AND measles, or pertussis or some other childhood disease, they'll be sure to thank you.
Another useless opinion not back up with evidence. EG: a stool sample
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He should have been able to have single shots instead of the deadly MMR
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MMR CAUSES AUTISM wrote:
Interesting how the MMR and autism are linked over and over and over and over and over....again
and over

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