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January 30th, 2009 by Stinkhead

Vaccines and autism: Many hypotheses, but no correlation Click to read the report from the February 15, 2009 issue of Clinical Infectious Diseases.

I don’t like to get preachy on here… so I’m just going to point out this article, and this can help you the next time you come across a parent that refues vaccines for their children.

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  1. Robyn Says:

    Except that most parents who don’t vaccinate do so for a myriad of reasons. Anti-choice parents who vax think that parents who choose not to vaccinate their children must do so because of the links to autism. I don’t give a flying fig, though until a comprehensive, scientific study is done, no one knows if there’s a link. Epidemiological studies aren’t proper studies. I care more about the rise in allergies, asthma, diabetes, arthritis (yes, in children), shingles, and other chronic issues that, while they may seem small, suck tons of money from the US economy and deprive children of their childhood. Give me measles over peanut allergies any day.
    There are also a number of foul ingredients in vaccines. It’s not OK to give a baby cow’s milk, but it’s OK to inject 7 diseases, including viruses, bacteria, antibiotics, formaldehyde, phenoxyethanol, etc? That just doesn’t make sense.

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