*Autism Is Caused By Vaccination Overload*

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    1. This has been ruining childrens lives for the last 20 years.
    2. And the law protects the doctors, and medical staff and State, from the effects of overdosage of vaccines.
    3. Everyday, children get whacked up with too much vaccines, and they burn out sometimes with autism.
    4. Like a bunch of mind numb robots, we will still all go and get shots for our children.
    5. Dumb bastards!
    5.a) Finally a Doctor in England, made a claim that its the shots, read the link.
    6. Link and sample:Council Bars Doctor Who Claimed Link Between Vaccines and Autism - NYTimes.com


    "LONDON — A doctor whose research and public statements caused widespread alarm that a common childhood vaccine could cause autism was banned on Monday from practicing medicine in his native Britain for ethical lapses, including conducting invasive medical procedures on children that they did not need.

    The General Medical Council applied its most severe sanction against the doctor, Andrew Wakefield, 53, who abandoned his medical practice in Britain in 2004 as questions intensified about his research and set up a center to study childhood developmental disorders in Texas, despite not being licensed as a physician there.

    In January, after the longest investigation in its history, the council found several instances of what it said was unprofessional conduct by Dr. Wakefield. It cited his taking blood samples for his study from children at his son’s birthday party; he paid each child £5, about $7.20 today, and joked about it later. It also noted that part of the costs of Dr. Wakefield’s research was paid by lawyers for parents seeking to sue vaccine makers for damages.

    Dr. Wakefield left the Texas center in February, but continued to speak out against his treatment in Britain, as he did in interviews in New York on Monday, when he called the British decision to strike him off the medical register an effort to “discredit and silence” him. He said he would appeal the decision, which will take effect, unless suspended for legal reasons, within 28 days.

    The disciplinary tribunal’s action came after more than a decade of controversy over the links Dr. Wakefield and associates in Britain, as well as supporters among parents of some autistic children in Britain and the United States, have made between autism and a commonly used vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella. The suggestion of a link caused use of the vaccine in Britain and elsewhere in the world to plummet, a development that critics of Dr. Wakefield said contributed to a sharp rise in measles cases in countries where the vaccine was in use.

    Most scientific papers have failed to find any links between vaccines and autism.

    The furor was touched off by a 1998 article in The Lancet, a British medical journal. The journal retracted the study in February after the medical council in London concluded in January that Dr. Wakefield had been dishonest and that he had violated ethical rules.

    The council said he had shown “a callous disregard” for the suffering of children involved in his research. The ruling banning him from practicing medicine on Tuesday was a sequel to the January finding.

    Dr. Surendra Kumar, the medical council’s chairman, said that Dr. Wakefield had “brought the medical profession into disrepute” and that his behavior constituted “multiple separate instances of professional misconduct.” In all, Dr. Wakefield was found guilty of more than 30 charges.

    “The panel concluded,” Dr. Kumar said, “that it is the only sanction that is appropriate to protect patients and is in the wider public interest, including the maintenance of public trust and confidence in the profession.” He said the sanction was “proportionate to the serious and wide-ranging findings made against him.”

    The council also barred from practice one of Dr. Wakefield’s associates, Dr. John Walker-Smith, 73, who had been found guilty of professional misconduct and retired from medicine 10 years ago. A second associate, Dr. Simon Murch, was found not guilty of professional misconduct and allowed to continue practicing.

    Dr. Wakefield resigned in February from his position as a staff researcher at Thoughtful House, an alternative medicine clinic in Austin, Tex. A spokeswoman for the clinic said she did not know where Dr. Wakefield worked now.

    A 2007 annual report for the clinic has a picture of Dr. Wakefield looking into microscope with a caption that reads: “Where would we be without Dr. Wakefield and your entire team? Thank you for your courageous efforts in swimming against the tide. Without you we would still be hearing, ‘There is nothing we can do.’ Because of you we know the hope is great and the progress is attainable.”

    In New York on Monday, Dr. Wakefield rejected the medical council’s findings. In an interview with the “Today” show on NBC, he described the ban on his practicing as “a little bump in the road” and said the council’s decision had been predetermined “from the outset.” He also said he would continue his research into the link between vaccines and autism.

    “These parents are not going away,” he said. “The children are not going away. And I am most certainly not going away.”


    7. When I was a kid, I never heard about autism, I'm 52 years of age, not one time did I ever hear of it, and there is no old autistic men or women anywhere, I have never heard of one or seen one myself.
    8. This problem of autism is man/doctor made, if you disagree, then your village is calling, they want you back,...


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    1. Now it comes out in a court case, that the vaccines do cause *AUTISM* !!!!! (*Just Like I Said Months Ago*)
    2. I been saying this for years!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    3. You dumb fuckers need me to tell you how things are!!!!!:clap2:


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    why would they gave the sanction to them.... sometime it is really heartbroken... truth doctor will be shut off from questioning authority by get rid them off their post... :-(

    we need to voice out.....frankly speaking, it is really hard...
     
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    Hope it leads to prevention and cure of autism & schizophrenia...
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    So you were given too many vaccines as a baby?
     
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    It's a myth that they cause autism, though there are reports of serious illnesses, and perhaps mental conditions I suppose, resulting from receiving a vaccine. They're incredibly rare, though....

    As far as that article...well, I tend to think that the nature of the topic makes people prone to exaggeration, even doctors.
     
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    ONE doctor, whose methodology was incredibly flawed.

    There are descriptions of people who were brilliant but socially very awkward going back quite a ways in time. And that fits high-functioning autistics who used to be classed as 'Aspberger's Syndrome' - who are now considered a subset of 'autism spectrum disorder'. Also in the 'autistic' range are dyslexics: dyslexia has personality componants and is not simply related to reading/writing. Some researchers place ADD/ADHD also in this 'autistic' range.

    We haven't isolated a potential genetic basis for autism - but it's starting to look more like there is one, than not.

    And of course it still may be that some individuals are genetically pre-disposed to develop problems as a result of taking vaccines.

    But a look at the suffering and death caused by those diseases which vaccines have all but eliminated from our society may remind people of WHY it's still a good idea to vaccinate the entire population.
     
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    I've been kind of wary of vaccines for years now. When my oldest daughter was a baby, she received her first DPT shot (Diphtheria - Pertussis - Tetanus). She reacted badly and had a grand mal seizure on the spot. Scared the shit out of my wife and I. My daughter had recurring seizures for a couple years after that. Thankfully, she outgrew it and she didn't become autistic. The drugs used to control her seizures caused her to become developmentally delayed though.
     
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    A good precaution would be to space out vaccinations. Sometimes doctors will give kids up to 5 at once.

    The Jenny McCarthy crowd has been attacking vaccinations for years. They are idiots who would have kids be exposed to easily preventable maladies.

    If you have a problem with vaccinations space them out. If you deny your child vaccinations then you're making a big mistake.
     
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    One of the things the human genome project is working on is trying to locate 'markers' which may give us a warning of certain 'idiosyncratic' reactions to medications and vaccines.

    My sister having an allergy to eggs, she was not allowed to get flu or several other vaccines because they were cultured in an egg medium which made them very dangerous for her. So she -and I! - were sick with just about everything you can think of during her first year at school.

    A lot of the evidence suggests that 'autism' is something hard-wired in the brain. It is a 'different' pattern than what we think of as 'normal' - but that does NOT mean it is automatically a 'defect'. It means that there is more than one way to be 'normal'. As with most situations one can test and plot results on a graph - age at first step, number of words by age 12 months, anything that can be measures - it will fall into some variant of a bell curve. And we can define 'average' or 'normal' from that pattern. But it is a RANGE, not a particular point, which is important to remember. And that all of this 'normal' is really just a statistical construct and not a Law ......

    I know how terrifying seizures can be, especially in an infant when there's no way to begin to explain to try and help them. I am sorry to hear of your family's ordeal - and I hope that your daughter's developmental delays can be reduced so that she can have a full and independent life.

    It's nowhere near as tragic - but my husband who has had a bad reaction to Lipitor is likely to have severe intractable pain for decades to come. Although the Lipitor probably bought him some time before he needed the first angioplasty...... Again, the human genome project has the potential to address these issues - though it won't come soon enough for those loved ones : ((
     

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