OEN Policy on Vaccinations, Autism, a...

OEN Policy on Vaccinations, Autism, and Disease Prevention

There are 20 comments on the OP Ed News story from Feb 22, 2011, titled OEN Policy on Vaccinations, Autism, and Disease Prevention. In it, OP Ed News reports that:

In 1998 Dr. Andrew Wakefield published a short paper in the British medical journal The Lancet on a small study in 12 children linking the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine to colitis , and subsequent development of autism.

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Raymond

Longueuil, Canada

#1 Feb 22, 2011
It is funny how discredit a report for which hardly any testing is done to disprove it.

Relying simply on epideomological studies with thousands of variable to dimiss a proven study is very hard to ignore for many parents affected by autism shortly after vaccination.

If vaccine were not causing autism and Wakefield study was false, tehy could have simply implicated him in another similar study supervised to disprove him.

Now why that was not done just show that people trust on vaccines is simply hanging on a shaky spider web.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 Mar 31, 2011
Wakefield got the full whistle-blower treatment. He was also thought to be the anti-vac messiah, and standard procedure is to crucify messiahs. His professional castration by a kangaroo court shows this was a show trial that was to send a message to other researchers and whistle-blowers, and to try to fool the public into thinking Wakefield was a fake. They attacked him again recently. Expect to see it dredged up every time sales are suffering.

Since: Jan 07

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#3 Mar 31, 2011
I guess Wakefield then shouldn't had accepted a ton of money from a bunch of attorneys. Imagine a tiny study of just 12 kids being funded by money grubbing ambulance chasers.Anti vaxxers would be all over that had a study been done and funded by attorneys to disprove the vaccine-autism scare. I guess Wakefield shouldn't had laughed about the kids at the birthday party as well. Wakefield did himself in and the motivation was the dollar $ign, and his big mouth.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Mar 31, 2011
no friend of mine. I see you read the newspaper, and that you are a fool. I've seen your other posts. Get this, you are misinformed. Read my posts, you'll learn something.

Since: Jan 07

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#5 Mar 31, 2011
Why fbomber, are you trying to force me to believe in the things you do??? Is it that same old "believe what I tell or you're a fool"???
That's just what you wrote.
Thanks for the great demonstration.
FBOMBER

Flin Flon, Canada

#6 Mar 31, 2011
You have it all correct except for the part where you understand it. I understand that may be difficult for you, you have my sympathy.

Since: Jan 07

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#7 Apr 1, 2011
FBOMBER wrote:
Thanks for the great demonstration.
Nuff said.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Apr 1, 2011
friend is a piece of ????? whats the word..work. To appear correct or to appear to have the upper hand or last word, he resorts to making things up. Lives in a make-believe world I guess.

Since: Jan 07

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#9 Apr 1, 2011
Typical anti-vaxxer stance. As soon as you become an anti-vaxxer, they teach you to behave just as fbomber so nicely demonstates on a continuous bases here.

By the way, there is no last word here, it's a forum!
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Apr 1, 2011
friend can't spell FBOMBER. Probably out of disrespect, thats his thing, name calling, and exaggeration and anything but actual information to support his rants. Likely not taking his medication again, and has slipped away from his support worker.
Raymond

LÚvis, Canada

#11 Apr 1, 2011
It is funny how they relate Wakefield research to money. Just another old tactic to discredit him when thousands and thousands of people are reading into him and actually beleiving what his research was all about.

Now it is also funny how the law recenlty passed has made pharma industry to be more transparent into their big funds of research and development. We are not talking about millions but rather 100 billions and more.

Now the list of researchers funded by the same pharmaceutical and so called experts will be listed shortly. The same ones who discredit Dr. Wakefield.

No wonder why, Asthma, Exzema, allergies, leukemia, rates have dramatically increased since past 20 years. Oh wow, wait but vaccination rate have gone up as much.

But that may be just a coincidence ;).

Since: Jan 07

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#12 Apr 1, 2011
You should talk, you keep calling me a 'he' and 'his'.
Talk about disrespect!
Thanks again for the demonstration.
FBOMBER wrote:
friend can't spell FBOMBER. Probably out of disrespect, thats his thing, name calling, and exaggeration and anything but actual information to support his rants. Likely not taking his medication again, and has slipped away from his support worker.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Apr 1, 2011
Everybody likes you Raymond. Hey, your list of vaccine induced diseases (VIDS) is missing dozens of new and rare conditions that didn't exist before vaccines.
The U.S government just made it impossible for people damaged by vaccines to sue manufacturers. They didn't give a F**K about safety before, imagine giving them complete permission to experiment on us without fear of lawsuit.
Wakefield not only cost them money, he threatened the whole Pharma scam. He's lucky they didn't hire a hit man to whack him.

Since: Feb 10

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#14 Apr 1, 2011
FBOMBER wrote:
Everybody likes you Raymond. Hey, your list of vaccine induced diseases (VIDS) is missing dozens of new and rare conditions that didn't exist before vaccines.
The U.S government just made it impossible for people damaged by vaccines to sue manufacturers. They didn't give a F**K about safety before, imagine giving them complete permission to experiment on us without fear of lawsuit.
Wakefield not only cost them money, he threatened the whole Pharma scam. He's lucky they didn't hire a hit man to whack him.
It is a shame that these new studies the CDC is going to be doing will not be done by independent non biased labs.
Until there are non biased studies done and Big Pharma has no input or influence on these studies we will never know for sure if vaccines are safe.
There is just too much money at stake.
Have a nice night
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#15 Apr 1, 2011
Oh we'll know if they are safe by the number of babies they kill and destroy. They now have full access to human lab rats, and they will take full advantage. Be afraid...be very afraid.

Since: Jan 07

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#16 Apr 1, 2011
What do you consider non biased studies?? Do you think a bunch of ambulance chasing attorneys weren't biased or influencing??
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#17 Apr 1, 2011
friend wrote:
What do you consider non biased studies?? Do you think a bunch of ambulance chasing attorneys weren't biased or influencing??
Those are two different things that can't be compared apples & oranges
I won't attempt to describe all thats wrong in the world of Pharma. Its well documented. Do a search of any pharma product or pharma company with the word lawsuit. Read the history. I don't make it up. These sleaze ball companies put of faulty fraudulent product that ruins lives, and are convicted of that over and over. They never learn. Its not about me its their own misgivings that land them in court.

Since: Jan 07

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#18 Apr 1, 2011
Well, that nasty old Pharma is responsible for diabetes insulin. Shame on them for creating products that have kept one of my sisters alive for 40 years. Shame on them for created high blood pressure medicines that has kept my dad alive.

Shame on them for not creating any product that can be 100 percent safe for the whole human population.
Too bad thay cant build cars with that same 100 percent safe. They get sued, too.
It's all fine and dandy until the day a 5 year old child breathes pertussis on a new born, and that new born dies. Make that time what, 10 in recent months?
Too bad children don't come 100 percent safe as well.

Do research and find what actually is 100 percent safe and then do research on why it's all about suing and how much money can be made off it.

Since: Jan 07

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#20 Apr 1, 2011
Sam wrote:
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troll_ (Internet)
In Internet slang, a troll is someone who posts inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community, such as an online discussion forum, chat room, or blog, with the primary intent of provoking other users into a desired emotional response or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#21 Apr 1, 2011
friend wrote:
Well, that nasty old Pharma is responsible for diabetes insulin. Shame on them for creating products that have kept one of my sisters alive for 40 years. Shame on them for created high blood pressure medicines that has kept my dad alive.
Shame on them for not creating any product that can be 100 percent safe for the whole human population.
Too bad thay cant build cars with that same 100 percent safe. They get sued, too.
It's all fine and dandy until the day a 5 year old child breathes pertussis on a new born, and that new born dies. Make that time what, 10 in recent months?
Too bad children don't come 100 percent safe as well.
Do research and find what actually is 100 percent safe and then do research on why it's all about suing and how much money can be made off it.
Doesn't take much to drive you round the bend does it. Ranting and raving like a teenager on RedBull. Yes its too bad companies can't make perfect products, but its the risk THEY take. It shouldn't be the risks we take. They are negligent and courts find them guilty. How is that my doing? Good thing you're not a judge there'd be no convictions for anything. You do a nonsense rant rationalizing atrocities and there'd be no justice at all. Take extra meds tonight that may help.

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