Asperger's syndrome

Asperger's syndrome

There are 30 comments on the North Texas e-News story from Dec 26, 2011, titled Asperger's syndrome. In it, North Texas e-News reports that:

One out of every 300 children suffers from Asperger's syndrome. The syndrome was identified in 1944 by Hans Asperger, an Austrian physician, although, Asperger's syndrome was not diagnosed much until 1991.

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#41 Jan 13, 2012
friend wrote:
The thing with Wakefield's study, it was replicated a few times, and none of them found that 'new''mysterious' GI disease Wakefield claimed he found.
Even Wakefield's study didn't find GI disease. Virtually all the kids had normal lab results for their gut, but Wakefield presented them as abnormal. Fraud.

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#42 Jan 13, 2012
That's right, and many studies could not duplicate his findings and the few that claimed they did, were smaller studies than Wakefield's and or related to Wakefield.
The children also showed developmental delays previous to the MMR. Those medical records is one thing Wakefield couldn't alter.

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#45 Jan 13, 2012
Prove it. No, scratch that. A court of law already did. I also watch Wakefield fess up on dateline, twice.

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#47 Jan 13, 2012
Wont make a difference. He was already found guilty and just watch. The Texas court will put value on that. It's easy to disprove defamation when another court found the evidence to be true.
Lily

Union City, GA

#48 Jan 14, 2012
I hope all the anti vaccine people know what a danger to health and human safety their view poses especially children

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#49 Jan 14, 2012
LIE-IN DEER wrote:
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Exaggerate much? Lets let Wakefield sue BMJ and B. Deer then we'll see who the frauds are. Right now I think BMJ and DEER are sweating.
Wakefield's lawsuit has no chance.

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#51 Jan 15, 2012
People have been questioning medical care for eons. That's not it. Vaccine hysteria is a trend of mistrust of vaccination. "Anti-vaxxers" blame vaccines, or their ingredients, for a large range of maladies. They get the title due to their own behavior of to trying to convince every one not to vaccinate, and base it on little science or rational. They are often if not always are angry people. They attack and threaten others, the primary intent of provoking other users into a desired emotional response and often go off topic. The spread fear and conspiracy based on little to no evidence other than that's their claim. They deny historical facts and never bat an eye of those who died of actually contracting a deadly childhood virus. They believe there is but one choice: no vaccines.
Then you have the ultra-anti vaxxer, who lives in other countries, yet blame the CDC and FDA which are solely USA, which has no jurisdiction of vaccine laws, schedules or safety that goes on in any other country.
Then The y Vaccinated

Winnipeg, Canada

#55 Mar 16, 2013
jones6 wrote:
Yeah and you will gladly respond when people use that as evidence that vaccines cause autism. I fail to see your logic if you don't think it should work both ways. Things are not always black or white. Grey areas exist.
My son met all development goals up until 1 and then he had the MMR. My pediatrician assured me that vaccines do not cause autism. He then stopped hitting developmental goals and regressing and we had to go through the same pediatrician for a diagnosis referral. The pediatrician then quit a few months later and moved to a new area. I will not say vaccines cause autism, because they don't in all cases, I would just hope for the same respect from people saying they "do not cause autism".
Sorry to hear your child was another vaccine victim.
Guadalupe
#56 Sep 24, 2013
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Kelly Joanne Cannon

Portsmouth, VA

#57 Jan 5, 2014
Having Aspergers Syndrome definitely doesn't mean one's crazy at all, just truly more sensitive is all. Crazy should definitely never ever be used to describe one who has Aspergers Syndrome at all, or ever towards people or children with actual disabling disabilities. No way at all.

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