Misconceptions lead some to avoid vaccinations

Aug 1, 2014 Full story: ABC Action News 17

Eric, an in-coming high school freshman, visited All Children's Hospital in St. Petersburg Friday to get a vaccine.

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Vaccine Spectrum Disorder

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Aug 1, 2014
I thought coincidences did that. At least thats what vaccines makers and government pushers call adverse side effects. So is autism a misconception then. Seems real to me.

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#3 Aug 3, 2014
Vacciner makers and the Gov call adverse side effects "adverse side effects" and are rare; they do not call them coincidences. The only true misconception is what anti vaxxers attempt to lead others to believe.
Vaccine Spectrum Disorder

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Aug 3, 2014
friend wrote:
Vacciner makers and the Gov call adverse side effects "adverse side effects" and are rare; they do not call them coincidences. The only true misconception is what anti vaxxers attempt to lead others to believe.
wrong, but thanks 4 the misinfo

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#5 Aug 3, 2014
Don't know why you even bother, clearly no one agrees with you.
Vaccine Spectrum Disorder

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Aug 4, 2014
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Don't know why you even bother, clearly no one agrees with you.
People didn't agree with many of the great minds of the past, now we worship them. No one and no research has PROVEN vaccines don't cause autism so I bother. All we get are your favorites, blah blah, trash science, misinfo and nonsense. Sorry...HELLO not good enough for me. nuff said

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#7 Aug 4, 2014
You're the only one who worships criminal doctors. And remember, there's more science to disprove vaccines have anything to do with autism, and no science to prove it does.

Autism rates of the USA (since Ross Coe cant stick to Canada) we've been through this before. 1:68 is not a world wide phenomenon. That 1:68 ONLY pertains to the USA. Is there an actual medical test for autism? How many times do doctors misdiagnose patients? What year was DSM lll released? Why DSM lll one might ask? Because that's when the inclusion of autism as a separate diagnostic category happened. Who can diagnose autism? How long is the test they conduct for the DSM? According to McCarthy, 20 minutes. What year was autism added to IDEA? And isn't it odd that while IEP's for autism rose, and MR declined. Where does the USA obtain it's rates from? Why does autism affect boys 4 times more than girls? Why do the majority who have ever had vaccines do not have autism, or anything else? Anti vaxxers cant even stick to one theory. First it was the MMR vaccine, when that was proven wrong they went to thimerosal and that was proven wrong. Then the go with the aluminum salts, pretending that's the same compound as aluminum, and then to formaldehyde. Pretty soon anti vaxxers will have picked out every ingredient in vaccines yet still lack evidence of cause. And best of all, they all support criminals within the medical field.
Anti vaxxers will never address those important facts.
Vaccine Spectrum Disorder

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Aug 4, 2014
Wakefield is no criminal, h ws doing the workhewas traind to do. That said you must be trained in spreading B.S.

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#9 Aug 4, 2014
Agitated a bit are you? Boy, you can hardly type! Thanks for demonstrating the worshipping criminal doctors.

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#10 Aug 4, 2014
And by the way, Wakefield was an intestinal transplant doctor, and not a peds nor any experience in autism at all. So no, he was not doing any work he was trained for, which explains the that boy of the study with his bowel perforated in more than 12 places. Now autism is the least of his problems. All thanks to your hero.
NO WAY

Winnipeg, Canada

#11 Aug 4, 2014
friend wrote:
Agitated a bit are you? Boy, you can hardly type! Thanks for demonstrating the worshipping criminal doctors.
My comp doesn't type well on Topix ONLY. Don't know why. I need to proof read before posting......DUH
NO WAY

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 Aug 4, 2014
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And by the way, Wakefield was an intestinal transplant doctor, and not a peds nor any experience in autism at all. So no, he was not doing any work he was trained for, which explains the that boy of the study with his bowel perforated in more than 12 places. Now autism is the least of his problems. All thanks to your hero.
Garbage pile

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#13 Aug 4, 2014
You're agitated, can fool anyone. One site is no different than another, hello. Sorry, but true. Wakefield had no professional experience in autism, and that lawsuit of that young boy in part resulted in the judge stating that study of Wakefield's was "without the requisite paediatric qualifications" including colonoscopies, colon biopsies and lumbar punctures ("spinal taps") on his research subjects without the approval of his department's ethics board and contrary to the children's clinical interests, when these diagnostic tests were not indicated by the children's symptoms or medical history." Best of all, the Hero didn't even appeal! What a loser! Instead he decided to file civil lawsuits, which he lost! Thoughtful House even gave the man the boot! Just as well, Wakefield never had a medical license to practice in the USA anyway, so they had to get rid of him before anyone sued him and the facility.
So the only true sheeps ARE anti vaxxers, who, instead of reading studies, they just call them garbage. Who clearly misrepresents what adverse side effects are considered and deems autism a "misconception" and expects anyone cares to listen to him. Better yet, no one agree's with him!
Twisting of facts again

Winnipeg, Canada

#14 Aug 4, 2014
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You're agitated, can fool anyone. One site is no different than another, hello. Sorry, but true. Wakefield had no professional experience in autism, and that lawsuit of that young boy in part resulted in the judge stating that study of Wakefield's was "without the requisite paediatric qualifications" including colonoscopies, colon biopsies and lumbar punctures ("spinal taps") on his research subjects without the approval of his department's ethics board and contrary to the children's clinical interests, when these diagnostic tests were not indicated by the children's symptoms or medical history." Best of all, the Hero didn't even appeal! What a loser! Instead he decided to file civil lawsuits, which he lost! Thoughtful House even gave the man the boot! Just as well, Wakefield never had a medical license to practice in the USA anyway, so they had to get rid of him before anyone sued him and the facility.
So the only true sheeps ARE anti vaxxers, who, instead of reading studies, they just call them garbage. Who clearly misrepresents what adverse side effects are considered and deems autism a "misconception" and expects anyone cares to listen to him. Better yet, no one agree's with him!
Wrong bozo, when I type it can slow down and then it skips letters. The rest of your stool sample is twisted lies.

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#15 Aug 4, 2014
Wakefield's study is still out there and anyone can look up his professional history and qualifications. His study didn't even address conflicts of interest nor did it reveal where the funding came from. It's just void of it, as if he hoped no one would ever notice it was missing. Face it, you're agitated and a criminal who has done harm to children is your hero, and because of that it's clear everyone knows you're a quack who easily becomes agitated when confronted with facts.
DR FEEL

Winnipeg, Canada

#16 Aug 5, 2014
friend wrote:
Wakefield's study is still out there and anyone can look up his professional history and qualifications. His study didn't even address conflicts of interest nor did it reveal where the funding came from. It's just void of it, as if he hoped no one would ever notice it was missing. Face it, you're agitated and a criminal who has done harm to children is your hero, and because of that it's clear everyone knows you're a quack who easily becomes agitated when confronted with facts.
You need to ask your aid for extra meds. Go do your puzzle and try to relax
Sam

Montréal, Canada

#17 Aug 8, 2014
Doesnt it sound funny...misconceptions makes parents avoid vaccination.

No its the side effects of vaccines which makes people avoid vaccination. It is the regression into autism. It s the documented evidence by thousands of parents. It is the persecution for anyone who talks negatively about vaccines. It is all those and many other unknown or untold or undeclared sideffects of vaccines which make people fear them. And they are justified well me I am satisfied.
DUH IM Sangelia

Winnipeg, Canada

#19 Aug 8, 2014
duh

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