Study finds no link between autism and vaccine

Apr 2013
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More facts for the anti-vaxxers to ignore. They are a dangerous group.


Another study finds no link between autism and measles, mumps and rubella vaccine

The measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine isn't associated with an increased risk of autism, even among kids who are at high risk because they have a sibling with the disorder, a Danish study suggests.

Concerns about a potential link between the MMR vaccine and autism have persisted for two decades, since a controversial and ultimately retracted 1998 paper claimed there was a direct connection. Even though subsequent studies haven't tied inoculation to autism, fear about the risk has weighed on parents so much in several communities across Europe and the U.S. that vaccination rates have been too low to prevent a spate of measles outbreaks.
There is no link between autism and measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, new study finds
 
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My sister is an acupuncturist with a masters degree in oriental medicine. I'm a big fan of using alternative medicines if/when necessary. But there's a reason it's called ALTERNATIVE medicine. It should be used as a compliment to mainstream medical system that has increased our average life expectancy tremendously in only a short few decades.

The people who claim, without evidence, that vaccines cause autism are ignorant AF and should not be taken seriously.
 
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The misconception (or stupidity) that the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine might cause autism has lingered in some parents' minds for more than a decade despite more than a dozen studies showing no link between the two.

This from Parents Mag: Vaccinating children to protect them against life-threatening diseases can cause mild, short-term side effects, such as redness and swelling at the injection site, fever, and rash. But the most serious risks, such as severe allergic reactions, are far rarer than the diseases vaccines protect against. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that the risk of a serious allergic reaction from any vaccine is one in 1 million doses.

Parents born in the 1970s and '80s were vaccinated against eight diseases. A fully vaccinated 2-year-old today, on the other hand, can beat back 14 diseases. So while kids now get more shots—especially since each vaccine usually requires multiple doses—they're also protected against almost twice as many diseases. But it's not the number of shots that matters; it's what's in them.


Some of the parental arguments are ridiculous: Vaccines contain mercury, toxins, aluminum, formaldehyde and antifreeze?
Vaccines don't really work anyway. There wouldn't be lawsuits if vaccines worked? Big Pharma makes money from vaccines and they're a rip off. The side effects are worse than the disease?? This is a violation of my RIGHTS.

Honestly I'm beginning to wonder if there are ANY intelligent people left on the planet. For god sake--get your priorities straight, PARENTS.
 
Dec 2013
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There is definitely something up w/ all of the sudden vaccine propaganda. Why did it suddenly become such an issue? Now they are talking about passing laws requiring them. Why are we suddenly hearing about it? Why is YouTube and Facebook starting to censor opposing opinions?




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There is definitely something up w/ all of the sudden vaccine propaganda. Why did it suddenly become such an issue? Now they are talking about passing laws requiring them. Why are we suddenly hearing about it? Why is YouTube and Facebook starting to censor opposing opinions?




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If, IF "they" wanted to mass administer say, self-replicating mind control nanobots to the general population, "vaccines" would be one stealth way to do it.
 
Dec 2013
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If, IF "they" wanted to mass administer say, self-replicating mind control nanobots to the general population, "vaccines" would be one stealth way to do it.

In reality it is probably more of a prep for a culling or a way to retard frontal cortex development.

Regardless of my affinity for conspiracy it is odd that this has suddenly become an issue and that so many people are in support of the state required medical procedures. Not a fan.
 
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