CDC's Vaccine Safety Research is Expo...

CDC's Vaccine Safety Research is Exposed as Flawed and Falsified ...

There are 11 comments on the Freshnews story from Jun 13, 2014, titled CDC's Vaccine Safety Research is Exposed as Flawed and Falsified .... In it, Freshnews reports that:

Just months after U.S. Congressman Bill Posey compared the Center for Disease Control 's vaccine safety studies to the SEC's Bernie Madoff scandal, malfeasance in the CDC's studies of thimerosal-containing vaccines has, for the first time, been documented in peer-reviewed scientific literature.

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OLD NEWS

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Jun 13, 2014
Its been this way for decades.
VACCINES AUTISM

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Jun 18, 2014
ric99

Grimsby, UK

#3 Jun 18, 2014
What wonderous links do we have from Ross Coe this time? We see:-
One link to a conspiracy theory/quackery site.
Two links that cannot be accessed.
A link to a study concerning a rare case of encephalitis, which is NOT the same as autism.
Ross Coe is debunked yet again.
ricBRRRAATT99

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Jun 18, 2014
ric99 wrote:
What wonderous links do we have from Ross Coe this time? We see:-
One link to a conspiracy theory/quackery site.
Two links that cannot be accessed.
A link to a study concerning a rare case of encephalitis, which is NOT the same as autism.
Ross Coe is debunked yet again.
Shows an MMR can cause illness and death 38 days AFTER vaccination. Shows how serious adverse events can be....death. That's CONFIRMED ricDUH

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#5 Jun 18, 2014
ric99 wrote:
What wonderous links do we have from Ross Coe this time? We see:-
One link to a conspiracy theory/quackery site.
Two links that cannot be accessed.
A link to a study concerning a rare case of encephalitis, which is NOT the same as autism.
Ross Coe is debunked yet again.
Even better, it's a single case from 1999 and he must not had read it well or at all. His little abstracts leave so much out. The vaccine didn't cause it itself, get ready t be debunked: "It is significant that our patient was found to suffer from a profound deficiency of CD8 cells as well as dysgammaglobulinemia, which were not suspected clinically at the time of vaccination."
"Measles vaccine has been successfully used, without serious complications, in many immunocompromised patients."

What that study demonstrates is the need to test for such disorders prior to vaccination.
DUH Im friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Jun 18, 2014
friend wrote:
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Even better, it's a single case from 1999 and he must not had read it well or at all. His little abstracts leave so much out. The vaccine didn't cause it itself, get ready t be debunked: "It is significant that our patient was found to suffer from a profound deficiency of CD8 cells as well as dysgammaglobulinemia, which were not suspected clinically at the time of vaccination."
"Measles vaccine has been successfully used, without serious complications, in many immunocompromised patients."
What that study demonstrates is the need to test for such disorders prior to vaccination.
Not suspected doesn't mean they weren't caused, or that this condition was preexisting. And what happened to others is NOT relevant to this case. Thanks for the DUH moment though.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#7 Jun 18, 2014
Try reading the whole study, it might help you not look so 'Duh'. It was pre-existing and it's cause is a rare inherited immunodeficiency, not vaccines. They didn't suspect the child had this prior, they only realized it after death and such a disorder is often misdiagnosed. By all rights, a child with this rare disorder shouldn't have vaccines. Obviously what happened to others IS relevant, since the single case paper included it. Hello.
The purpose of the paper itself is right on it, to pre test for such rare disorders prior to vaccines. Had the child not had the rare inherited immunodeficiency, he'd be fine.

What's not relvant is that link at all. It has nothing at all to do with autism.

And by the way, you've been debunked again.
DUH IM friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Jun 19, 2014
friend wrote:
Try reading the whole study, it might help you not look so 'Duh'. It was pre-existing and it's cause is a rare inherited immunodeficiency, not vaccines. They didn't suspect the child had this prior, they only realized it after death and such a disorder is often misdiagnosed. By all rights, a child with this rare disorder shouldn't have vaccines. Obviously what happened to others IS relevant, since the single case paper included it. Hello.
The purpose of the paper itself is right on it, to pre test for such rare disorders prior to vaccines. Had the child not had the rare inherited immunodeficiency, he'd be fine.
What's not relvant is that link at all. It has nothing at all to do with autism.
And by the way, you've been debunked again.
Actually you explain why we have an autism pandemic, vaccinating irresponsibly without testing. This study shows some children react so negatively they die. So maybe there are disorders that aren't so rare, but still vaccines are the killers we suspect they are. Vaccine science is based on profit motives first, ans collateral damage is denied and called coincidences. Thanks for the evidence that vaccines are dangerous to certain children and can kill them. WOW

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#9 Jun 19, 2014
Look up the history of childhood diseases and vaccines, it was never about profit. The evidence was always there that vaccines carry risks, who didn't know that. As for genetic testing prior to vaccines, it's a good idea but being that specific disorder was rare and that the testing is hugely expensive, the odds of another child is slim to warrant such testing for that specific inherited disorder. That's why your link only contained a single subject. Hello. And you're also forgetting that that child being exposed to viruses of others sharing their germs could had resulted in the same outcome.
Garbage fom friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Jun 19, 2014
friend wrote:
Look up the history of childhood diseases and vaccines, it was never about profit. The evidence was always there that vaccines carry risks, who didn't know that. As for genetic testing prior to vaccines, it's a good idea but being that specific disorder was rare and that the testing is hugely expensive, the odds of another child is slim to warrant such testing for that specific inherited disorder. That's why your link only contained a single subject. Hello. And you're also forgetting that that child being exposed to viruses of others sharing their germs could had resulted in the same outcome.
ll rare evens and coincidences.
DR THOMPSON CDC

Winnipeg, Canada

#11 Sep 28, 2014
Ross Coe is right pro-vac are debunked

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