Autism Rates Level Off In The UK, But...

Autism Rates Level Off In The UK, But Rise In The US; Cause Remains A Mystery

There are 20 comments on the Medical Daily story from Oct 16, 2013, titled Autism Rates Level Off In The UK, But Rise In The US; Cause Remains A Mystery. In it, Medical Daily reports that:

The number of autism cases in the US continues to rise, while the condition has leveled off in the UK.

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Ray

Brossard, Canada

#1 Oct 16, 2013
In UK they are too incompetent to diagnose autism while in US they are very aware and better diagnosis.

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#2 Oct 16, 2013
That's coming from an anti vaxxer who lives in neither country.

Why are autism rates high in the USA? Because those like Dr. Sears make 20 minute diagnosis upon site only.
UK LIARS

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Oct 17, 2013
Where's the prof? The UK is so corrupt tey are not tob trsed. And USA, no beter.Vaccines continue to destroy children and the U.S. government continues to protect the vacine makers instead of babies. They are animals.
LIARS

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Oct 17, 2013
As usual "We don't know what causes autism but its not vacines" lie. If they don't know vacines CANNOT be ruled out.
ric99

Skegness, UK

#5 Oct 17, 2013
Vaccines CAN be ruled out (as the Winnipeg dummy knows full well), because all the studies reveal that there is no difference in autism rates between vaccinated and unvaccinated kids, which there would be if vaccines were the cause.

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#6 Oct 17, 2013
It's that same denial. They know what doesn't cause autism, vaccine being one of them. Vaccines have been ruled out. HellooOOOOooo. And there goes that same scared person about a corrupt Gov. At the same time, why would anyone in Canada care what the USA does?? But the fact still remains of any country: Parents of their own choice vaccinate their kids. No one forced them. Anti vaxxers will never be able to change that fact or the fact of those who make that choice, the majority do not have autism.
Wont those anti vaxxers be shocked when the DSM 5 starts to take effect on those autism rates. It's going to throw their denial and scare tactics right out of orbit.

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Starts With Vaccines

Winnipeg, Canada

#7 Oct 17, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Vaccines CAN be ruled out (as the Winnipeg dummy knows full well), because all the studies reveal that there is no difference in autism rates between vaccinated and unvaccinated kids, which there would be if vaccines were the cause.
one corrupt study? Buh Wah Ha Ha what a friggin fool!
Starts With Vaccines

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Oct 17, 2013
friend wrote:
It's that same denial. They know what doesn't cause autism, vaccine being one of them. Vaccines have been ruled out. HellooOOOOooo. And there goes that same scared person about a corrupt Gov. At the same time, why would anyone in Canada care what the USA does?? But the fact still remains of any country: Parents of their own choice vaccinate their kids. No one forced them. Anti vaxxers will never be able to change that fact or the fact of those who make that choice, the majority do not have autism.
Wont those anti vaxxers be shocked when the DSM 5 starts to take effect on those autism rates. It's going to throw their denial and scare tactics right out of orbit.
Another duh moment. There have been no true studies done, just trash with predetermined conclusions. Helloooo
ric99

Boston, UK

#9 Oct 18, 2013
"One corrupt study", claims the Winnipeg dummy. His memory is failing yet again, as I posted links to several studies, all of which showed that there were no links between vaccines and autism. One of the studies even linked to 25 other studies showing the same findings. Of course the Winnipeg dummy declared them all to be "junk/corrupt" without providing as much as even a single piece of scientific evidence to back up his claims. Does he seriously think that any intelligent person is going to believe a word he says in the absence of even a scrap of evidence. The Winnipeg dummy is a joke.

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#10 Oct 18, 2013
There's only been one corrupt study, and that was Wakefield's. No other has ever made the corrupt-status as that. Now anti vaxxers will argue it wasn't an actual study and when they encounter any evidence that points away from vaccines, they make the unfounded claim it was a 'corrupt', predetermined conclusion study. They think people will believe their just because they say it, so it must be true. However the general public are well aware anti vaxxers are serious at denial and are scared fearful people. No matter, hs they deny any study pointing away from vaccines, the rest of the world moves on while anti vaxxers remain stuck in their scared fearful worlds.
The Truth

Winnipeg, Canada

#11 Oct 18, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Vaccines CAN be ruled out (as the Winnipeg dummy knows full well), because all the studies reveal that there is no difference in autism rates between vaccinated and unvaccinated kids, which there would be if vaccines were the cause.
UK DUH I don't accept junk science as proof
The Truth

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 Oct 18, 2013
ric99 wrote:
"One corrupt study", claims the Winnipeg dummy. His memory is failing yet again, as I posted links to several studies, all of which showed that there were no links between vaccines and autism. One of the studies even linked to 25 other studies showing the same findings. Of course the Winnipeg dummy declared them all to be "junk/corrupt" without providing as much as even a single piece of scientific evidence to back up his claims. Does he seriously think that any intelligent person is going to believe a word he says in the absence of even a scrap of evidence. The Winnipeg dummy is a joke.
Sorry don't care what a 13 year old says. Go play with your toys
The Truth

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Oct 18, 2013
friend wrote:
There's only been one corrupt study, and that was Wakefield's. No other has ever made the corrupt-status as that. Now anti vaxxers will argue it wasn't an actual study and when they encounter any evidence that points away from vaccines, they make the unfounded claim it was a 'corrupt', predetermined conclusion study. They think people will believe their just because they say it, so it must be true. However the general public are well aware anti vaxxers are serious at denial and are scared fearful people. No matter, hs they deny any study pointing away from vaccines, the rest of the world moves on while anti vaxxers remain stuck in their scared fearful worlds.
Here's an example of friend NOT giving advice about vaccination as she posted in another forum. What a clown. Comprehension is not her strong suit.

Since: Jan 07

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#14 Oct 18, 2013
This is a typical anti vaxxer attack on a people as a result of their denial and they don't like the facts that are presented. Such attacks just continue to give the general public a good look at the anti vaxxer mindset. No one listens to those who are so bitter and hateful towards people.
ric99

Boston, UK

#15 Oct 18, 2013
Who is going to listen to the Winnipeg dummy, when all he ever provides are insults and no evidence. Doesn't he realize that everyone is laughing at him for being so stupid.
The Truth

Winnipeg, Canada

#16 Oct 18, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Who is going to listen to the Winnipeg dummy, when all he ever provides are insults and no evidence. Doesn't he realize that everyone is laughing at him for being so stupid.
ricDUH99 doesn't get that he is describing his own behavior...BUH WAH HA HA what a wanker!!!

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#17 Oct 18, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Who is going to listen to the Winnipeg dummy, when all he ever provides are insults and no evidence. Doesn't he realize that everyone is laughing at him for being so stupid.
Hard to believe he's a parent, let alone an adult. We do know for sure he's an anti vaxxer who is all hot air and no evidence. The more he shows his bitterness, hate towards others and attacks, the more no one pays attention to him except for those who onlycome here for Daily Funnies.

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The Truth

Winnipeg, Canada

#18 Oct 18, 2013
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Hard to believe he's a parent, let alone an adult. We do know for sure he's an anti vaxxer who is all hot air and no evidence. The more he shows his bitterness, hate towards others and attacks, the more no one pays attention to him except for those who onlycome here for Daily Funnies.
But here we have frieDUH of Pharma categorizing serious subjects as "funnies". Yeah real mature.

Since: Jan 07

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#19 Oct 18, 2013
Obviously, no one agree's with you.
The Truth

Winnipeg, Canada

#20 Oct 18, 2013
friend wrote:
Obviously, no one agree's with you.
like the GENERAL PUBLIC? Buh Wah Ha Ha

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