Autism Not Found in Un-Vaccinated Children: Autism - Vaccines

May 5, 2014 Full story: Examiner.com 70

Autism Not Found in Un-Vaccinated Children. When parents learn that autism is generally not found in un-vaccinated children it gives everyone something to think about.

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#1 May 6, 2014
This is not a study, but a claim by Dr. Mayer Eisenstein. Does anyone remember him??? Bet the Examiner didn't think anyone would remember this 'doctor'. No one has heard about him since 2009. He was connected to Mark and David Geier, giving 10 times the adult dose of Lupron to small children. Insurances wont pay for Lupron for this use, either and parents were paying over $6000 a month for an unfounded treatment and true experimentation on children. But of course Eisenstein claimed he wasn't giving these shots for the profit.
Even worse, there have been a string of malpractice suits against his practice for birth injuries and deaths that raise a serious red flag.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-...
TAZE friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#2 May 6, 2014
friend wrote:
This is not a study, but a claim by Dr. Mayer Eisenstein. Does anyone remember him??? Bet the Examiner didn't think anyone would remember this 'doctor'. No one has heard about him since 2009. He was connected to Mark and David Geier, giving 10 times the adult dose of Lupron to small children. Insurances wont pay for Lupron for this use, either and parents were paying over $6000 a month for an unfounded treatment and true experimentation on children. But of course Eisenstein claimed he wasn't giving these shots for the profit.
Even worse, there have been a string of malpractice suits against his practice for birth injuries and deaths that raise a serious red flag.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/chi-...
No red flag for injuries and deaths compensated by the U.S. vaccine injury compensation plan and court? Or those reported to VAERS????

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#3 May 6, 2014
Comp court and VAERS has not a thing to do with the article, or the quack Eisenstein.
And VACCINE INJURY

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 May 6, 2014
friend wrote:
Comp court and VAERS has not a thing to do with the article, or the quack Eisenstein.
No they do. Wrong as usual
Sam

Brossard, Canada

#5 May 6, 2014
Yes there is autism in unvaccinated children: Aspergers

But you will never find regressive or classic autsim since those are specifically associated to vaccines injury causing massive inflammation and autoimmune disorder.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#6 May 6, 2014
Canadian Sam is yet another one without a scrap of scientific evidence for his claim that regressive and classic autism are caused by vaccinations, or even that these types of autism do not occur in unvaccinated kids.

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#7 May 7, 2014
Interesting, considering the USA autism rates and the severity level found was more than half had PDD-NOS, not classic autism. So even if Canadian Sam had a scrap of scientific evidence for his claim that regressive and classic autism are caused by vaccinations but not asperger's, current statistics don't support it.

There is more evidence that children are born with autoimmune disorders. A good example would be that Poling case who has a maternal inherited pre existing autoimmune disorder which vaccines didn't cause, but made that inherited disorder worse.
friend DUHZ it again

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 May 7, 2014
friend wrote:
Interesting, considering the USA autism rates and the severity level found was more than half had PDD-NOS, not classic autism. So even if Canadian Sam had a scrap of scientific evidence for his claim that regressive and classic autism are caused by vaccinations but not asperger's, current statistics don't support it.
There is more evidence that children are born with autoimmune disorders. A good example would be that Poling case who has a maternal inherited pre existing autoimmune disorder which vaccines didn't cause, but made that inherited disorder worse.
So what does calling it PDD-NOS mean? Its autism anyway. Just a new useless label from useless psychiatry who are pill pushing idiots.
friend DUHZ it again

Winnipeg, Canada

#9 May 7, 2014
Sam wrote:
Yes there is autism in unvaccinated children: Aspergers
But you will never find regressive or classic autsim since those are specifically associated to vaccines injury causing massive inflammation and autoimmune disorder.
Ray CLASSIC autism is the one they claim is the BORN WITH type, regressive the vaccine caused. See ricMORON99 was born that way so he's a classic doofus. He refuses to believe his cerebral palsy and aspergers is vaccine caused.
ric99

Spalding, UK

#10 May 8, 2014
What a joke the Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy is. He's now claiming that cerebral palsy is caused by vaccines. Next thing he'll be claiming that bone fractures and tooth ache are caused by vaccines. He even thinks I've got Aspergers (which I haven't) and that it's caused by vaccines. The only conclusion that can be reached is that Ross Coe's brain is defective.

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#11 May 8, 2014
The real joke is, is Ross Coe is trying to correct and educate Sam/ Ray, and neither of them have it right. What's pathethic is he then goes on to diagnose commenters and use disorders in a very negative manner.

Wonder what 10 times the adult dose of lupron injected into children causes? Eisenstein is a quack and cleary was out to make a profit off of parents and their hope. And to date, there isn't a speck of evidence lupron helps any who have autism.
ricASPERGERS99

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 May 8, 2014
ric99 wrote:
What a joke the Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy is. He's now claiming that cerebral palsy is caused by vaccines. Next thing he'll be claiming that bone fractures and tooth ache are caused by vaccines. He even thinks I've got Aspergers (which I haven't) and that it's caused by vaccines. The only conclusion that can be reached is that Ross Coe's brain is defective.
The only conclusion is you're a mess. Vaccines cause palsies, a KNOWN side effect. So chances are you've been victimized by them.
ricASPERGERS99

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 May 8, 2014
friend wrote:
The real joke is, is Ross Coe is trying to correct and educate Sam/ Ray, and neither of them have it right. What's pathethic is he then goes on to diagnose commenters and use disorders in a very negative manner.
Wonder what 10 times the adult dose of lupron injected into children causes? Eisenstein is a quack and cleary was out to make a profit off of parents and their hope. And to date, there isn't a speck of evidence lupron helps any who have autism.
Classic autism is the born with according to those who label. Regressive is after a series of vaccines. Its simple, unless you have chronic reading comprehension issues or you're ricDUH99

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#14 May 8, 2014
It doesn't take much comprehension to know you have no evidence of any of those claims, and it's wishful thinking of anti vaxxers.

Meningitis and Rubella are known causes of cerebral palsy. 70% to 80% of cases of CP are due to antenatal factors, while only 10% to 28% of cases are due to birth asphyxia in term and near-term infants. Not vaccines.
ric99

Spilsby, UK

#15 May 8, 2014
" Regressive is after a series of vaccines", according to who??? Only according to anti-vaxxers like the Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy, who don't have a shred of scientific evidence to back up their claim.

As for Ross Coe's knowledge of CP, it's obviously well below zero.
Thanks friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#16 May 8, 2014
friend wrote:
It doesn't take much comprehension to know you have no evidence of any of those claims, and it's wishful thinking of anti vaxxers.
Meningitis and Rubella are known causes of cerebral palsy. 70% to 80% of cases of CP are due to antenatal factors, while only 10% to 28% of cases are due to birth asphyxia in term and near-term infants. Not vaccines.
As in MM-Rubella live virus injected into babies. And meningitis a vaccine side effect. Hey there's my proof goof. Guess you forgot to tell the truth again.
ricIDIOT99

Winnipeg, Canada

#17 May 8, 2014
ric99 wrote:
" Regressive is after a series of vaccines", according to who??? Only according to anti-vaxxers like the Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy, who don't have a shred of scientific evidence to back up their claim.
As for Ross Coe's knowledge of CP, it's obviously well below zero.
According to thousands of parents who wittnessed there normal child regress. Maybe you don't know about the connection between vaccines and CP but I do.

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#18 May 8, 2014
How many times does it have to be repeated that the same side effects of vaccines are of course the same as what the virus itself causes if you were to contract it. You're the only goof here. Why do you think they created vaccines to begin with? Bummer for you is the vaccine contains LESS of the virus than if you were to contract the virus from someone sharing their germs, making the chances of risk far lower than from a vaccine. But even more of a goof, 70% to 80% of cases of CP are due to antenatal factors, while only 10% to 28% of cases are due to birth asphyxia in term and near-term infants. Not vaccines. Maybe you better go look up those big words.

Where are those thousands of parents? Names? Even if you weren't making that up (and we all know you are making it up) that is not evidence of anything.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#19 May 8, 2014
friend wrote:
Where are those thousands of parents? Names? Even if you weren't making that up (and we all know you are making it up) that is not evidence of anything.
The Winnipeg (Ross Coe) dummy doesn't have any evidence for "thousands of parents". The evidence from real scientific studies show no such link between date of vaccination and regression into autism. The NEJM published study "found no association between the development of autistic disorder and the age at vaccination, or the interval since vaccination."

The REAL evidence debunks Ross Coe yet again.

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#20 May 9, 2014
Oh sure, it's the same old anti vaxxer script that you hear a thousands times. They bring up VAERS and the CDC autism rates, and attack others who comment. He debunks himself because there is no evidence to back up any anti vaxxer claims. And no one believes it anyway, as we can see on every topic.

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