Autism is Not Linked to Vaccinations

Apr 7, 2011 Full story: Patch.com 47

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MercksVioxx killed 55000

Winnipeg, Canada

#45 Dec 19, 2011
Sangelia wrote:
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part of that is due to the hype one has to keep their homes cleaner than a hospital. take a look at the various commercials that one sees. like those that claim that there are hundreds if not thousands of germs on surfaces, especially those surfaces that get touched alot like doors, phones, light switches.
many of these are aimed at parents, be we are to be, new, or already several years being one. those whose parents listen to that hype tend to grow up with a weak immune system due to their bodies not being allowed to get stronger due to it.
thing is, parents who tend to allow germs to get to their kids are being treated as though they are doing something wrong. that they supposedly do not care about their kids. that they should keep them clean and protected. when in reality, they are making their kids bodies much more able to handle germs for the majority of their lives.
i agree, but it applies to children HAVING the minor viruses like measles and chickenpox that Pharma claims will kill them. Then they come along with their PRODUCT FOR SALE and screw our kids up. Unvaccinated children are healthier because they have a CHALLENGED immune system.

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#46 Dec 19, 2011
MercksVioxx killed 55000 wrote:
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i agree, but it applies to children HAVING the minor viruses like measles and chickenpox that Pharma claims will kill them. Then they come along with their PRODUCT FOR SALE and screw our kids up. Unvaccinated children are healthier because they have a CHALLENGED immune system.
measles are NOT minor.
now chickenpox on the otherhand for kids is somewhat mild. unless they get a pustle in the throat. then it is a liquid diet till it goes away.
measles can kill at any age. i have yet to hear chickenpox killing kids. I know it is fatal to adults who never had it as kids.
Autism and vaccines

Harvest, AL

#49 Feb 5, 2012
(Apr. 8, 2011)— Researchers from the CHUM Research Centre (CRCHUM) have identified a new gene that predisposes people to both autism and epilepsy
"The results show for the first time the role of the SYN1 gene in autism, in addition to epilepsy, and strengthen the hypothesis that a deregulation of the function of synapse because of this mutation is the cause of both diseases," notes Cossette, who is also a professor with the Faculty of Medicine at the Université de Montréal. YOU LEFT OUT THIS PART: "Researchers from the CHUM Research Centre have identified a new gene ... SYN1 gene among 1% and 3.5% of those suffering respectively from autism" REALLY? Among 1% and 3.5%? Why even report the finding? Tell us when you find 45%-90%. This is yet another example of researchers trying to make a case against he link between autism and vaccines, though, I'm not certain autism isn't genetic as it does run in our family. That said, it could be certain families are hypersensitive to ingredients used in vaccines. As for Martin Luther, thinking he saw an autistic boy, NOBODY can say for sure this child was autistic okay, we're basing this off century old speculation.
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Since: Jan 07

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#50 Feb 5, 2012
Finding any evidence of cause is a big deal, no matter what the percentage is. These are the baby steps before they can ever get to the 45-90 percent. It is a big deal they found any gene in autism, no matter what percentage it affects. Maybe it would affect my child even if it doesn't yours. It clearly affected those in the study for which the gene was found.

The point about Martin Luther King is not if he had actually seen a child with autism, but the child he did see had behaviors as such that he thought the child was demon possessed and should be killed. This of course was still the era of which you sent your disabled children in institutions and the diagnosis probably was MR.

Since: Jul 10

Minneapolis, MN

#51 Feb 5, 2012
friend wrote:
Finding any evidence of cause is a big deal, no matter what the percentage is. These are the baby steps before they can ever get to the 45-90 percent. It is a big deal they found any gene in autism, no matter what percentage it affects. Maybe it would affect my child even if it doesn't yours. It clearly affected those in the study for which the gene was found.
The point about Martin Luther King is not if he had actually seen a child with autism, but the child he did see had behaviors as such that he thought the child was demon possessed and should be killed. This of course was still the era of which you sent your disabled children in institutions and the diagnosis probably was MR.
one autistic kid whose parents were told by the doctors to do just that. was not sent to the state hospital. instead thanks to his mom. he is a grad of Harvard. and the subject of the movie: Sun-Rise: A Miracle of Love.
Vaccine Experimentation

Winnipeg, Canada

#52 Feb 5, 2012
Autism and vaccines wrote:
(Apr. 8, 2011)— Researchers from the CHUM Research Centre (CRCHUM) have identified a new gene that predisposes people to both autism and epilepsy
"The results show for the first time the role of the SYN1 gene in autism, in addition to epilepsy, and strengthen the hypothesis that a deregulation of the function of synapse because of this mutation is the cause of both diseases," notes Cossette, who is also a professor with the Faculty of Medicine at the Université de Montréal. YOU LEFT OUT THIS PART: "Researchers from the CHUM Research Centre have identified a new gene ... SYN1 gene among 1% and 3.5% of those suffering respectively from autism" REALLY? Among 1% and 3.5%? Why even report the finding? Tell us when you find 45%-90%. This is yet another example of researchers trying to make a case against he link between autism and vaccines, though, I'm not certain autism isn't genetic as it does run in our family. That said, it could be certain families are hypersensitive to ingredients used in vaccines. As for Martin Luther, thinking he saw an autistic boy, NOBODY can say for sure this child was autistic okay, we're basing this off century old speculation.
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Well said. So refreshing to read a post from someone who ISN"T a bloody-dufus.
Vaccine Experimentation

Winnipeg, Canada

#53 Feb 5, 2012
friend wrote:
Finding any evidence of cause is a big deal, no matter what the percentage is. These are the baby steps before they can ever get to the 45-90 percent. It is a big deal they found any gene in autism, no matter what percentage it affects. Maybe it would affect my child even if it doesn't yours. It clearly affected those in the study for which the gene was found.
The point about Martin Luther King is not if he had actually seen a child with autism, but the child he did see had behaviors as such that he thought the child was demon possessed and should be killed. This of course was still the era of which you sent your disabled children in institutions and the diagnosis probably was MR.
Listen to the "correlation is not causation" proponent saying a minor finding is a big deal. What a hoot, can't keep it straight can you? This finding is meaningless at this point.

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