Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by Dissent, Sep 13, 2012.
Vaccine bombshell: Baby monkeys given standard doses of popular vaccines develop autism symptoms
The University of Pittsburgh Center for Vaccine Research has no such study mentioned on their web site: University of Pittsburgh Center for Vaccine Research
I see that Laura Hewitson is an OB/GYN, not an immunologist, and she appears to be an anti-vaxer from way back: Health Sciences WebCalendar View Listing Detail
Doesn't delete the fact this happened.
It calls into question the validity of the "study". Don't drink the piss of someone who conducts a "study" and is going in with a heavy bias and outside their area of expertise.
Where is the study? Has it been peer reviewed? Was it a double-blind study? Why is there no mention of it from the people at that University who specialize in vaccines?
It looks to me like she sent her results out to off-brand media sites without subjecting it to peer review first. That strongly suggests it is garbarge.
Kind of like these "experts" that say vaccines are ok only to find out they are in the pockets of these huge pharma companies...yeah.
Until the study is peer reviewed and published, it is meaningless. It sure as hell is not a "bombshell".
The 'study' is over 4 years old and fatally flawed from the outset. I'm not going to pursue it further, but from what I can find this woman is working from an agenda and is NOT an MD.
I don't believe that vaccinations should be mandatory, I don't believe that vaccinations are completely harmless, but I'm not going to hitch my wagon to THIS woman.
Interesting. A four year old study is a "bombshell"?
Your post caused me to dig deeper.
Totally False in at Least Two Dimensions "New Study: Baby monkeys develop autism after routine CDC vaccinations"
There follows no less than 17 links destroying the monkey study.
Here's one: Newsflash! Vaccines Cause Autism...If You're Scientifically Illiterate
I had all my vaccinations, and I don't have autism. In fact, the vast majority of children vaccinated did not develop autism either.
I don't know if there's a link or not, but THIS 'study' is nothing more than fishwrap.
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