Your Take: Childhood Vaccination Exemptions Rise in Connecticut

Sep 9, 2012 Full story: Patch.com 188

Some of the 1,056 exemptions for Connecticut children vaccinations from last year were related to parental worry that these vaccines could be linked to autism and other health problems in children, according to a Connecticut Post article .

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Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Sep 9, 2012
Time to cut the crap and tell the real story about vaccines. Vaccine safety and vaccine injury science is behind the times. Its far too convenient to say studies don't show a connection when its obvious proper study is not done and may not be possible. The body is complex, but we know one thing leads to another. We know vaccines cause seizures, fainting, brain inflamation, narcolepsy and death. Why is so far fetch to accept autism into that list of vaccine injury seems even more absurd when we can read about children being compensated. Similar to BIG TOBACCO science that insisted smoking caused no illness when ingested, BIG PHARMA has done the same to stall, save its business interests and avoid responsibility for a catastrophic world wide epidemic. And thats just autism.
Clem

Newtown, CT

#2 Sep 9, 2012
Just so long as you notify all the parents of all the kids your children will expose to serious illness. I want to know up front which parents I can sue for Deliberatly and Willfully spreading illness to the general population. If you isolate yourselves and your kids I have no objection to your paranoid persuits.

Since: Jan 07

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#3 Sep 9, 2012
No article has yet to provide why any of the 1056 chose not to vaccinate other than some of it being linked to worry about autism; not seizures, fainting, brain inflamation, narcolepsy or death. There are side effects of vaccines, but that seems not to be the main concern. This 1056 also doesn't state if it was an exemption from all vaccines or some vaccines. Only an anti vaxxer assumes it means none of the 1056 had any vaccines at all. It also doesn't determine how many of the 1056 are special ed children.

As per autism, no study yet has been able to reproduce Wakefield's results and why? It was a fraudulent study. No study yet has linked autism to any vaccine.

Questions still need to be answered such as why the majority who have had vaccines do not encounter any side effects? Why the majority who have had vaccines do not have autism? Why do more boys than girls have autism? And why of those who do have autism, have different ability levels than others? Vaccines do not answer those.
Another DUH Comment

Winnipeg, Canada

#4 Sep 9, 2012
friend wrote:
No article has yet to provide why any of the 1056 chose not to vaccinate other than some of it being linked to worry about autism; not seizures, fainting, brain inflamation, narcolepsy or death. There are side effects of vaccines, but that seems not to be the main concern. This 1056 also doesn't state if it was an exemption from all vaccines or some vaccines. Only an anti vaxxer assumes it means none of the 1056 had any vaccines at all. It also doesn't determine how many of the 1056 are special ed children.
As per autism, no study yet has been able to reproduce Wakefield's results and why? It was a fraudulent study. No study yet has linked autism to any vaccine.
Questions still need to be answered such as why the majority who have had vaccines do not encounter any side effects? Why the majority who have had vaccines do not have autism? Why do more boys than girls have autism? And why of those who do have autism, have different ability levels than others? Vaccines do not answer those.
Wakefield's work wasn't only replicated many times, but his was a replication of work done by others in the same research school. It wasn't about vaccines causing autism, but rather about the correlation reported by the children's parents. Why don't ALL children become autistic from vaccines? DUH..simple genetic suseptability. Thats been suggested for some time and is a viable idea.
Another DUH Comment

Winnipeg, Canada

#5 Sep 9, 2012
Clem wrote:
Just so long as you notify all the parents of all the kids your children will expose to serious illness. I want to know up front which parents I can sue for Deliberatly and Willfully spreading illness to the general population. If you isolate yourselves and your kids I have no objection to your paranoid persuits.
CLEM, it figures huh-yuk!

Since: Jan 07

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#6 Sep 9, 2012
Wakefield's work has never been replicated. Keep dreaming. And we already know what that study was about: fraud. Court records also show the medical records of those 12 children all hide signs and symptoms prior to the MMR. So whatever the parents reported, obviously they were brain washed by Wakefield to think otherwise.

That's what is coming next. Wrongful death suits based on deliberatly and willfully spreading illness, and that's exactly where those new vaccine laws stem from. Thank anti vaxxers and hoaxes like Wakefield for those laws.
Another DUH Comment

Winnipeg, Canada

#7 Sep 9, 2012
friend wrote:
Wakefield's work has never been replicated. Keep dreaming. And we already know what that study was about: fraud. Court records also show the medical records of those 12 children all hide signs and symptoms prior to the MMR. So whatever the parents reported, obviously they were brain washed by Wakefield to think otherwise.
That's what is coming next. Wrongful death suits based on deliberatly and willfully spreading illness, and that's exactly where those new vaccine laws stem from. Thank anti vaxxers and hoaxes like Wakefield for those laws.
Earth calling friend. Wakefield has been replicated many times. You would know this if you weren't so narrow minded. As for the rest of your rant, get some meds.

Since: Jan 07

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#8 Sep 9, 2012
Even the article you're posting on knows Wakefield's study has never been replicated and that he misrepresented or altered the medical histories of all 12 of the patients in his study.
The whole world knows this, except anti vaxxers who for whatever reason have to cling to that one debunked study. Doesn't bother me a bit some cant accept facts. There will always be a few stragglers as seen here, continuously misrepresenting the facts.
Vaccines Maim Kill

Winnipeg, Canada

#9 Sep 10, 2012
friend wrote:
Even the article you're posting on knows Wakefield's study has never been replicated and that he misrepresented or altered the medical histories of all 12 of the patients in his study.
The whole world knows this, except anti vaxxers who for whatever reason have to cling to that one debunked study. Doesn't bother me a bit some cant accept facts. There will always be a few stragglers as seen here, continuously misrepresenting the facts.
Translation: DUH

Since: Dec 11

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#10 Sep 10, 2012
Another DUH Comment wrote:
<quoted text> Wakefield's work wasn't only replicated many times, but his was a replication of work done by others in the same research school.
You're lying. Wakefield's work has never been independently replicated.

Wakefield's own study didn't even have those results. He committed fraud by changing lab results (normal => abnormal) and falsely reporting patient histories, like ignoring that 5 of the kids had symptoms of developmental problems BEFORE the vaccine or claiming the kids who didn't have autism, did.
Another DUH Comment wrote:
It wasn't about vaccines causing autism, but rather about the correlation reported by the children's parents.
So it's a coincidence that the kids were part of a lawsuit against the MMR vaccine?

Since: Jan 07

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#11 Sep 10, 2012
Funny thing about that 'school', Wakefield got 435,643 in fees, plus 3,910 expenses for that study and funny that 'school' never knew a thing about Wakefield conducting that study.
Besides all that, Wakefield's study was a hypothesis. That's what anti vaxxers bank on, a hypothesis.
Stool Sample From BOX

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 Sep 10, 2012
The_Box wrote:
<quoted text>
You're lying. Wakefield's work has never been independently replicated.
Wakefield's own study didn't even have those results. He committed fraud by changing lab results (normal => abnormal) and falsely reporting patient histories, like ignoring that 5 of the kids had symptoms of developmental problems BEFORE the vaccine or claiming the kids who didn't have autism, did.
<quoted text>
So it's a coincidence that the kids were part of a lawsuit against the MMR vaccine?
Thanks for showing you read all the garbage Murdoch's media empire printed and broadcast to help crucify Wakefield.
Stool Sample From friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#13 Sep 10, 2012
friend wrote:
Funny thing about that 'school', Wakefield got 435,643 in fees, plus 3,910 expenses for that study and funny that 'school' never knew a thing about Wakefield conducting that study.
Besides all that, Wakefield's study was a hypothesis. That's what anti vaxxers bank on, a hypothesis.
More nonsense.
Mary

United States

#14 Sep 10, 2012
Another DUH Comment wrote:
<quoted text> Earth calling friend. Wakefield has been replicated many times. You would know this if you weren't so narrow minded. As for the rest of your rant, get some meds.
I agree. The vaccine police want try to insult and intimidate to squelch any dissenting opinion. I have read Wakefield's book, and what a witch hunt. There's too much money in vaccines. But parents are finally waking up, and when they try to mandate the HPV to newborns, I think that will finally do the job of opening the eyes of the populace, and there will be a huge backlash. I have heard people say they can't figure out why their doctor told them it was a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer, but now they want boys to take it....to prevent anal cancer if the kids become gay and have anal sex? Whaaat? Ok, something is wrong with that picture. We the people can be pretty trusting and stupid, but only to a certain point. Thank God.

Since: Dec 11

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#15 Sep 10, 2012
Stool Sample From BOX wrote:
<quoted text> Thanks for showing you read all the garbage Murdoch's media empire printed and broadcast to help crucify Wakefield.
It's funny how Wakefield's apologists never have any FACTS.
Vaccine DO cause AUTISM

Winnipeg, Canada

#16 Sep 10, 2012
Mary wrote:
<quoted text>I agree. The vaccine police want try to insult and intimidate to squelch any dissenting opinion. I have read Wakefield's book, and what a witch hunt. There's too much money in vaccines. But parents are finally waking up, and when they try to mandate the HPV to newborns, I think that will finally do the job of opening the eyes of the populace, and there will be a huge backlash. I have heard people say they can't figure out why their doctor told them it was a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer, but now they want boys to take it....to prevent anal cancer if the kids become gay and have anal sex? Whaaat? Ok, something is wrong with that picture. We the people can be pretty trusting and stupid, but only to a certain point. Thank God.
These sales strategies are created in Pharma boardrooms. MERCK paid the current Texas governor to mandate Gardasil for all young woman, but TEXANS said F.U. BUDDY.
Stool Sample From The Box

Winnipeg, Canada

#17 Sep 10, 2012
The_Box wrote:
<quoted text>
It's funny how Wakefield's apologists never have any FACTS.
No less funny that someone who contributes little but mindless criticism.

Since: Jan 07

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#18 Sep 10, 2012
The_Box wrote:
<quoted text>
It's funny how Wakefield's apologists never have any FACTS.
And don't forget the scare tactic of the HPV at birth.
Stool Sample From friend

Winnipeg, Canada

#19 Sep 10, 2012
friend wrote:
<quoted text>
And don't forget the scare tactic of the HPV at birth.
Garbage

Since: Dec 11

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#20 Sep 11, 2012
Stool Sample From The Box wrote:
<quoted text>
No less funny that someone who contributes little but mindless criticism.
It's mindless criticism to point out that Wakefield's results were fraudulent?

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