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Government report links thimerosal laden vaccines to neurological disorders

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In 1967, Ghana was declared measles free by the World Health Organization after 96 percent of its population was vaccinated.

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Sam

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#1 Aug 9, 2012
they will never admit vaccines have caused this mjor autism. Or reverse the path of vaccine injury in children with these vaccines.

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#2 Aug 10, 2012
This is what Natural News comes up with?? What a grasp at straws this is "A government report published in 2003 acknowledges a direct link between vaccines containing Thimerosal and Neurodevelopmental disorders in children."

Untrue. Mark and David Geier are the only ones listed on that 2003 'report', and it was no 'government' report. it was an independent research which states it right on the paper. They're also referenced again in medical news today, a 2007 clinical case-series.

Mark Geier suspended his medical license based on "endangers autistic children and exploits their parents by administering to the children a treatment protocol that has a known substantial risk of serious harm and which is neither consistent with evidence-based medicine nor generally accepted in the relevant scientific community". The board ruled that Geier misdiagnosed patients, diagnosed patients without sufficient tests, and recommended risky treatments without fully explaining the risks to the parents. They also ruled that he misrepresented his credentials, including during an interview with the board. In June 2012, Geier was charged with violation of the Maryland suspension by continuing to practice medicine without a license.

David Geier was charged by the Maryland State Board of Physicians of practicing as a licensed physician, when he only has a Bachelor of Arts in biology.

Too bad Natural News didn't also include the above facts about the Geier's, it's clear the articles motiv is to mislead readers.
Off Topic

Winnipeg, Canada

#3 Aug 11, 2012
friend wrote:
This is what Natural News comes up with?? What a grasp at straws this is "A government report published in 2003 acknowledges a direct link between vaccines containing Thimerosal and Neurodevelopmental disorders in children."
Untrue. Mark and David Geier are the only ones listed on that 2003 'report', and it was no 'government' report. it was an independent research which states it right on the paper. They're also referenced again in medical news today, a 2007 clinical case-series.
Mark Geier suspended his medical license based on "endangers autistic children and exploits their parents by administering to the children a treatment protocol that has a known substantial risk of serious harm and which is neither consistent with evidence-based medicine nor generally accepted in the relevant scientific community". The board ruled that Geier misdiagnosed patients, diagnosed patients without sufficient tests, and recommended risky treatments without fully explaining the risks to the parents. They also ruled that he misrepresented his credentials, including during an interview with the board. In June 2012, Geier was charged with violation of the Maryland suspension by continuing to practice medicine without a license.
David Geier was charged by the Maryland State Board of Physicians of practicing as a licensed physician, when he only has a Bachelor of Arts in biology.
Too bad Natural News didn't also include the above facts about the Geier's, it's clear the articles motiv is to mislead readers.
The topic is thimerosal, not the Geirs. Stay on topic TROLL.

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#4 Aug 11, 2012
Try reading the article. Hello. The very first thing referenced was that "Government report" and who conducted it? The Geier's (spelled correctly). Very on-topic, except for those in denial! Not my fault Natural news naturally sites known frauds.

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#5 Aug 11, 2012
More interesting tid bits. The article isn't even really about thimerosal. In the years 1871-2, there was no thimerosal. Hello. The first successful vaccine for diphtheria was developed in 1913, prior to thimerosal too. No polio vaccine ever had thimerosal. And last and most humorous, the claim that any part of Africa has ever been deemed measle-free, and that also never contained thimerosal.

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#7 Aug 11, 2012
Didn't read the article did you. It's all directly from it. The only one who'll be deleted is you.

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#9 Aug 11, 2012
SV40 has yet to be linked to human cancer, and that's over 50 years. It's just like PCV, causes disease in animals but not humans.
The whole article is a scare tactic and loaded with misinfo.
More Vaccine Victims

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Aug 11, 2012
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SV40 has yet to be linked to human cancer, and that's over 50 years. It's just like PCV, causes disease in animals but not humans.
The whole article is a scare tactic and loaded with misinfo.
friend is a pro-vaccine spammer. You say white, she says black. You say something important to the issue, she says DUH. She just wants to counter whatever you say to cause doubt. Acts like she's paid by Pharma. Likely a Pharma stooge.

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#11 Aug 11, 2012
Instead of countering the evidence (which anyone can look up) anti vaxxers instead attack people personally. There is no doubt. It's called facts. Some can handle them, some can not.
Plug My Nose

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 Aug 11, 2012
friend wrote:
Instead of countering the evidence (which anyone can look up) anti vaxxers instead attack people personally. There is no doubt. It's called facts. Some can handle them, some can not.
What a load of Stooge spam. As if you ever offer evidence. Evidence of ignorance but little else.

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#13 Aug 11, 2012
Attacks mean little, and also doesn't provide anything of value to disprove the facts.

Fact one comes right from Natural News. The 'Governent Report was done by both Geier's, which was independent research, not Government.
Fact two David Geier pretended to be a doctor when he wasn't, and was caught and charged.
His father Mark Geier had his license suspended in 4 states due to misdiagnosed patients, diagnosed patients without sufficient tests, and recommended risky treatments without fully explaining the risks to the parents. Seems history repeats itself.

Natural News concealed these facts about the Geier's, and the whole article is to create fear in those who read it. Of course they expected everyone to take it at face value and not research the article and the claims it makes. I did research. It's not my problem if no one else wants to, but everyone deserve the starting point for those who do research. All it takes is clicking on the links in the article, and typing into a search Geier's.
Plug My Nose

Winnipeg, Canada

#15 Aug 12, 2012

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#16 Aug 13, 2012
Read all the facts here about David Geier
http://lbrbblog.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/d...
Another DUH Moment

Winnipeg, Canada

#18 Aug 27, 2012
Government Report Links Thimerosal Laden Vaccines To Neurological Disorders Great title.

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#19 Aug 27, 2012
Anti vaxxer misleading title. It was no government report. Mark and David Geier are frauds anyway.

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#20 Aug 27, 2012
Plug My Nose wrote:
<quoted text> What a load of Stooge spam. As if you ever offer evidence. Evidence of ignorance but little else.
Evidence was offered.

1) The NaturalNews headline is a lie: the report is not from the government, it was a private report made by the Geiers.

2) The Geiers are NOT legitimate researchers; they are quacks.

3) Their report is poorly done. The VAERS system is not made for the purpose they used it for. It consists of UNCONFIRMED, reported cases of side effects.
Another DUHMEISTER

Winnipeg, Canada

#21 Aug 27, 2012
The_Box wrote:
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Evidence was offered.
1) The NaturalNews headline is a lie: the report is not from the government, it was a private report made by the Geiers.
2) The Geiers are NOT legitimate researchers; they are quacks.
3) Their report is poorly done. The VAERS system is not made for the purpose they used it for. It consists of UNCONFIRMED, reported cases of side effects.
Why were the Geirs given permission to view and report on Vaer's records of vaccine injury if they are quacks? So the Vaers system isn't for recording vaccine injury and showing trends or hot lots? If they are unconfirmed, why are they not confirming them? Oh yeah confirming them would be admitting guilt and it would become evidence. Better to play dumb so they can call them unconfirmed anf inadmisable as evidence.

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#22 Aug 27, 2012
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<quoted text> Why were the Geirs given permission to view and report on Vaer's records of vaccine injury if they are quacks?
I don't know. Are you denying that they're quacks? That numerous judges have shown them to lack credibility and basic intellectual honesty? That Mark lost his ability to practice in numerous states because of their unethical medical treatments?
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So the Vaers system isn't for recording vaccine injury and showing trends or hot lots?
That was its initial purpose, yes. Right now I'd wager its barely useful because it's so full of garbage claims from anti-vaxxers.
Another DUHMEISTER wrote:
If they are unconfirmed, why are they not confirming them?
Who?
Another DUHMEISTER wrote:
Oh yeah confirming them would be admitting guilt and it would become evidence.
Yeah, why trust actual scientific studies when you can use anecdotal evidence from anti-vaxxers.

Hey, my kid had a vaccine and died 7 months later. Better file a VAERS report because it was totally the vaccine's fault.
Pharma Maims Kills

Winnipeg, Canada

#23 Aug 27, 2012
The_Box wrote:
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I don't know. Are you denying that they're quacks? That numerous judges have shown them to lack credibility and basic intellectual honesty? That Mark lost his ability to practice in numerous states because of their unethical medical treatments?
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That was its initial purpose, yes. Right now I'd wager its barely useful because it's so full of garbage claims from anti-vaxxers.
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Who?
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Yeah, why trust actual scientific studies when you can use anecdotal evidence from anti-vaxxers.
Hey, my kid had a vaccine and died 7 months later. Better file a VAERS report because it was totally the vaccine's fault.
You sound unstable. Ask your nurse for your meds and go back to your puzzle.

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#24 Aug 27, 2012
Pharma Maims Kills wrote:
<quoted text> You sound unstable. Ask your nurse for your meds and go back to your puzzle.
If you were able to refute my post, you would. But you can't.

All you have is insults which ironically fit a conspiracy theorist like you. You can keep your tin-foil hat.

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