Lower Vaccination Rates Linked to Spi...

Lower Vaccination Rates Linked to Spike In Infections

There are 14 comments on the NBC Miami story from Sep 20, 2011, titled Lower Vaccination Rates Linked to Spike In Infections. In it, NBC Miami reports that:

As more and more parents opt out of getting their children vaccinated, public health officials believe such decisions are causing a small spike in infection rates and even death rates of preventable illnesses.

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FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Sep 21, 2011
Its Pharma's fault for marketing faulty, fraudulent vaccines. What intelligent parent will willingly damage their child to simply follow directions from an iresponsible industry.

Since: Jan 07

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#2 Sep 21, 2011
So you then agree the spike in infections are caused due to lower vaccination rates?
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Sep 22, 2011
friend wrote:
So you then agree the spike in infections are caused due to lower vaccination rates?
More comprehension issues for friend of Pharma.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#4 Sep 23, 2011
It's not a comprehension issue, it's a denial issue on your end. Then what's the explanation for the spike in infections? cant wait to hear it.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#5 Sep 23, 2011
friend wrote:
It's not a comprehension issue, it's a denial issue on your end. Then what's the explanation for the spike in infections? cant wait to hear it.
Did you read the headline? Researchers (with no names and no identifying information, so insert Pharma "researchers") "believe" not proven but in their opinion, think a "small" blip is caused by lower vaccination rates. Its bee ess. A small blip could be amoung fully vaccinated. But of course friend of Pharma has blinders on.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#6 Sep 23, 2011
And did you read past the headline? Like the article? It appears not.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#7 Sep 24, 2011
friend wrote:
And did you read past the headline? Like the article? It appears not.
Why do you keep saying that? Annoying much?
Alycat

Oakville, Canada

#8 Sep 24, 2011
friend, if you were affected by autism personally (your child or within your family, assuming you are capable of empathy), what headline would be more alarming to you..."SMALL spike in infection rates" or "Definite epidemic in Autism Rates"... wait, don't answer that, you my ~friend~ have not been touched by Autism. IT is terrifying, heartbreaking and damn scary, my friend. And YES it happened shortly after the H1N1 shot, we have blood and hair tests that prove the spike in mercury. Science, baby. Think about it, then get down on your lucky hands and knees and thank god for sparing you this fate. Don't attack what you (obviously) don't know about. And if you DO know about it, come out of your anonymity (Location hidden, ha love that one since you picked at Canadians!) I am dying to hear your story that drives your passion behind seeking out and commenting to this subject matter!

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#9 Sep 24, 2011
The H1N1 came thimerosal-free, at least in the USA. Oh that's right, this is a USA article, not Canada. Also shows how much you know. The H1N1 isn't required for school enrollment in that state. It was a totally optional choice, no exemption required.

And yes, I have a child with autism but vaccines isn't an autism- only issue. Autism isn't so-called only caused by one-sided vaccines. Vaccines is a choice everyone has to make, parent or just being an adult.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Sep 24, 2011
Thimerosal (ethylmercury) is only part of the poisoning that causes the genetic damage that results not only with autism, but autoimmune conditions.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#11 Sep 24, 2011
I'm not the one who only singled out Thimerosal as a cause, even though the science shows autism rates climbed even higher after it's removal. That was your pal who claimed it.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Sep 24, 2011
friend wrote:
I'm not the one who only singled out Thimerosal as a cause, even though the science shows autism rates climbed even higher after it's removal. That was your pal who claimed it.
I stopped believing in fairy tales. They said Wakefield caused measles to rise in Britain when it actually went down. The Murdoch family used it's newspaper empire and connections to the Lancette to con the whole world into believing the Wakefield kangaroo court proved vaccines don't cause autism. Complete rubbish, but many americam morons believe it as fact. Say DUH if you believe lt.
friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#14 Sep 24, 2011
DUH!
Winnipeg Canada

Winnipeg, Canada

#15 Oct 14, 2011
Want to weigh in Joe?

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