Dr. Dustin Ballard: Don't blame it on...

Dr. Dustin Ballard: Don't blame it on the shots

There are 134 comments on the Marin Independent Journal story from Dec 29, 2013, titled Dr. Dustin Ballard: Don't blame it on the shots. In it, Marin Independent Journal reports that:

Dr. Dustin W. Ballard is an emergency physician at Kaiser Permanente San Rafael and the author of "The Bullet's Yaw: Reflections on Violence, Healing and an Unforgettable Stranger."

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ZERO CREDIBILITY

Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Dec 30, 2013
This doctor has no background in vaccine research or the production of vaccines. He is blinded by his medical licence that forces him to support status quo medicine. His lack of caution and desire to keep the damage mill running is sociopathic. Ignore his message, he is a dangerous advocate for vaccinating without concern for injury. He even disregards his wife's concerns.

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#2 Dec 31, 2013
Anti vaxxers must be afraid of this doctors article. Instead of debunking what he states, anti vaxxers simply claim he's sociopathic (which isn't even a true word). Wakefield, McCarthy nor Mercola has any background in vaccine research or production, either and they never did. And also note, although this doctors wife had concerns, their children do not have autism.

Maybe it was the "there exists an overwhelming preponderance of medical research against the "vaccines-cause-autism hypothesis." that anti vaxxers are so afraid of????

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#3 Dec 31, 2013
friend wrote:
Anti vaxxers must be afraid of this doctors article. Instead of debunking what he states, anti vaxxers simply claim he's sociopathic (which isn't even a true word). Wakefield, McCarthy nor Mercola has any background in vaccine research or production, either and they never did. And also note, although this doctors wife had concerns, their children do not have autism.
Maybe it was the "there exists an overwhelming preponderance of medical research against the "vaccines-cause-autism hypothesis." that anti vaxxers are so afraid of????
R A C I S T !
ric99

Market Rasen, UK

#4 Jan 1, 2014
friend wrote:
Maybe it was the "there exists an overwhelming preponderance of medical research against the "vaccines-cause-autism hypothesis." that anti vaxxers are so afraid of????
Yes, that's exactly why the anti-vaxxers claim that all such studies are "junk science", without being able to produce even a shred of scientific evidence to justify their claims.

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#5 Jan 1, 2014
ric99 wrote:
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Yes, that's exactly why the anti-vaxxers claim that all such studies are "junk science", without being able to produce even a shred of scientific evidence to justify their claims.
You're crazy.
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#6 Jan 1, 2014
The crazy ones are the anti-vaxxers, who have no valid scientific evidence to prove that vaccines cause autism. If vaccines caused autism, then the autism rates among vaccinated kids would be significantly higher than among unvaccinated kids, and they are not. The rates are the same, according to numerous peer reviewed studies, as Dr. Ballard rightly indicates.

If Commander Bunny isn't already a member of the Crazy Gang, he should be.

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#7 Jan 1, 2014
ric99 wrote:
The crazy ones are the anti-vaxxers, who have no valid scientific evidence to prove that vaccines cause autism. If vaccines caused autism, then the autism rates among vaccinated kids would be significantly higher than among unvaccinated kids, and they are not. The rates are the same, according to numerous peer reviewed studies, as Dr. Ballard rightly indicates.
If Commander Bunny isn't already a member of the Crazy Gang, he should be.
So, how much does "big-pharma" pay You guys to spam these threads?

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#8 Jan 1, 2014
ZERO CREDIBILITY wrote:
This doctor has no background in vaccine research or the production of vaccines. He is blinded by his medical licence that forces him to support status quo medicine. His lack of caution and desire to keep the damage mill running is sociopathic. Ignore his message, he is a dangerous advocate for vaccinating without concern for injury. He even disregards his wife's concerns.
So, you wanna do lunch sometime?

Since: Nov 10

Blairsville, Ga

#9 Jan 1, 2014
Commander Bunny wrote:
<quoted text>So, you wanna do lunch sometime?
Have your people get ahold of my people.
DUH from friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Jan 1, 2014
friend wrote:
Anti vaxxers must be afraid of this doctors article. Instead of debunking what he states, anti vaxxers simply claim he's sociopathic (which isn't even a true word). Wakefield, McCarthy nor Mercola has any background in vaccine research or production, either and they never did. And also note, although this doctors wife had concerns, their children do not have autism.
Maybe it was the "there exists an overwhelming preponderance of medical research against the "vaccines-cause-autism hypothesis." that anti vaxxers are so afraid of????
What a clown. So this sentence is all that's needed as proof? Because the so called studies are only convincing to those who have something to cover up. There isn't a single study that proves no connection. They only hypothetically suggest it. Only someone sociopathic (not a word froend says, moron!!!) would believe what the masters of junk/trash science have offered. And where is Wakefield's vaccine? How come he hasn't sold the patent for this incredible invention? Apparently he's broke, but hasn't cashed in on his reason for linking an MMR to autism. Quite the contridiction, the anti-vac messiah inventing a vaccine. Double DUH!!!
DUH from ric99 percentduh

Winnipeg, Canada

#11 Jan 1, 2014
Commander Bunny wrote:
<quoted text>So, how much does "big-pharma" pay You guys to spam these threads?
friend of Pharma and ric99%dumb are just trolls. They aren't good enough or smart enough to warrant a pay cheque.
Zero Credibility

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 Jan 1, 2014
Commander Bunny wrote:
<quoted text>So, you wanna do lunch sometime?
Let me guess lettuce and carrots?

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#13 Jan 1, 2014
Did someone say lunch?? I know the Rat will be wanting his ham and cheese....preferably dropped off at Stand 2?
Friend

Sherbrooke, Canada

#14 Jan 1, 2014
he is puppet. blind puppet. all the diseases are caused by these damn vaccines. see why the management in the vaccine industry working at the facilities themselves dont get the shots.

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#15 Jan 1, 2014
I like this guy ^.

The other two Vax-baggers are a bunch of dumb-dumb, smelly poopy-heads.

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#16 Jan 1, 2014
Zero Credibility wrote:
<quoted text> Let me guess lettuce and carrots?
I was thinking Baba ganoushe..

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#17 Jan 1, 2014
DUH from ric99 percentduh wrote:
<quoted text> friend of Pharma and ric99%dumb are just trolls. They aren't good enough or smart enough to warrant a pay cheque.
...easily identifiable by their brown noses.

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#18 Jan 1, 2014
ric99 wrote:
If Commander Bunny isn't already a member of the Crazy Gang, he should be.
What color laces do they wear on their Doc Marten boots?

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#19 Jan 1, 2014
Commander Bunny wrote:
<quoted text>What color laces do they wear on their Doc Marten boots?
Hello Kitty laces of course....

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#20 Jan 1, 2014
Steph is I wrote:
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Hello Kitty laces of course....
I did not know that.

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