Huffington Post Still Believes Vaccines Cause Autism

Feb 11, 2011 Full story: Forbes 9

Yesterday, my colleague David Whelan asked if AOL's $315 million purchase of the Huffington Post meant that the internet giant would start believing, as some HuffPo writers have asserted, that vaccination is linked to autism.

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Michelle

Huntsville, AL

#1 Feb 12, 2011
I think that when a baby is born with food allergies/intolerances, sensory integration issues, inability to absorb proper nutrients, gets exposed to many chemicals, and then gets mega doses of vaccinations at one time, it is simply more than that little body can take at that time. My son acted sick after every vaccination. I wish I had not let them give so much at once, just to get it over with, just because everyone else is doing it. Do I blame vaccines? No, but they may have had a small part in triggering the bigger symptoms of autism. With dietary changes, and lots of therapy (and much prayer) he is getting better all the time.
Raymond

Longueuil, Canada

#2 Feb 12, 2011
Vaccines do cause autism and one of the main triggering elements. Sooner it is acknowledged we can sooner move forward toward safer vaccines and getting some answers who should be trusted as medical esablishments. |Since today you can not trust CDC and AAP or the britich BMJ. They are all corrupted. It is like mafia in contruction industry. Same damn thing. Just that it is your child that is lost to world of autism due to unsafe and untested and univestigated vaccine

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#3 Feb 12, 2011
Some people will always just go to the Huff Post because they go to where they know they'll read what they want to hear. David Kirby is nobody and writes what people want to hear, who admitted after a study his book's theory was incorrected. You know his book, the one he made a nice profit off of? Kirby is a journalist, just as Deer is. If you cant trust one, you cant trust any of them or expect to find true answers from them.
Raymond

Longueuil, Canada

#4 Feb 13, 2011
friend wrote:
Some people will always just go to the Huff Post because they go to where they know they'll read what they want to hear. David Kirby is nobody and writes what people want to hear, who admitted after a study his book's theory was incorrected. You know his book, the one he made a nice profit off of? Kirby is a journalist, just as Deer is. If you cant trust one, you cant trust any of them or expect to find true answers from them.
David Kirby is a respected journalist. He is the only journalist practically out there who goes and talks to parents of autistic kids. He has found that most if not all parents report the same pattern of symptomes leading to regressive autism following vaccination.

His book is a must to read.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#5 Feb 13, 2011
He's a journalist alright, but just like McCarthy making a profit off of autism and fear. Period. Most of Kirby's work was on gay men and then walla, he seen a market for profit in 2005. Prior to that most if not all his work was on gay men. He's not respected at all.
Raymond

Longueuil, Canada

#6 Feb 13, 2011
Well I respect him. Since he went out there and talked to many of parents with autistic kids. Nothing like Paul Offit selling his vaccine patent for millions and talking about their falsely about their safety.

Vaccines cause autism. This is an old story. We really do not need you to blog about it denying it. You could earn the same blogging money on many other subjects.

Have you tried lenchair lately. Do you have sexy voice... I could get you something for now...It be much closer to a subject that you be better informed. ;)

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#7 Feb 13, 2011
No one really cares who you respect. Kirby cant compare to Offit, either. My son had rotavirus, if I could had prevented it, I would had giving him a vaccine. He almost died. So what if Offit sold his share and made money. I believe that's why people have careers. Hello. Did you expect him to give the money to you?? LOL! You must have some real issues with money, accusing people of blogging for it and what Offit is making. Maybe you're low income??
FBOMBER

Canada

#9 Apr 5, 2011
friend wrote:
No one really cares who you respect. Kirby cant compare to Offit, either. My son had rotavirus, if I could had prevented it, I would had giving him a vaccine. He almost died. So what if Offit sold his share and made money. I believe that's why people have careers. Hello. Did you expect him to give the money to you?? LOL! You must have some real issues with money, accusing people of blogging for it and what Offit is making. Maybe you're low income??
There is obviously something wrong with you. Feeling guilty about your son? Why didn't you vaccinate Mr PRO-VAC? Didn't Offit create a rotovirus vac?
What NO PROVACS

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Aug 22, 2013
Michelle wrote:
I think that when a baby is born with food allergies/intolerances, sensory integration issues, inability to absorb proper nutrients, gets exposed to many chemicals, and then gets mega doses of vaccinations at one time, it is simply more than that little body can take at that time. My son acted sick after every vaccination. I wish I had not let them give so much at once, just to get it over with, just because everyone else is doing it. Do I blame vaccines? No, but they may have had a small part in triggering the bigger symptoms of autism. With dietary changes, and lots of therapy (and much prayer) he is getting better all the time.
food allergies and sensory issues are vaccine caused, a child is not born with it. The born with it claim is doctors blowing you off. MMR is known to cause deafness another born with it condition.

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