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Comment #6949265 by Steve B

Steve B Feb 13th 2018, 12:31 PM #

Link child benefit to vaccination.

Except, of course, those children allergic to it.

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    Favourite Ian Oh
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    Feb 13th 2018, 11:55 PM

    @Steve B: How would you know those children that are allergic to it before it is too late?? No testing of any kind is done even though that it is now known that variants of the mthfr gene has a clear association with Autism, meaning we could trigger Autism in children with polymorphism of this gene by vaccinations.

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    Favourite Walt Jabsco
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    Feb 14th 2018, 1:23 AM

    @Ian Oh:
    Published evidence that vaccines can trigger autism please.

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    Favourite Ian Oh
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    Feb 14th 2018, 3:43 AM

    @Walt Jabsco: Google is your friend. Research the link between polymorphism of the mthfr gene and Autism. 98% of Autistic children have it. It is also known that a considerable % of the general population have the same gene variant, but don’t have Autism. In these children, it is accepted that certain events such as major health or psychological upheavals can cause the transition to Autism. Having a vaccine always runs the risk of a major adverse event. The vaccine manufacturers even admit this themselves. So the question which arises: Are the very toxic adjuvants (lets call a spade a spade here) in vaccines causing children with polymorphic mthfr gene expression to become Autistic is a very valid one. The link has not been proven. But it has not been disproven either. It is a very valid hypothesis. Common sense would tell you that there is strong probability. Much more research is needed. But vaccine manufacturers will be in no rush to do it for sure. People need to be given the full facts when they are making an informed decision, but of course that is not happening either. Testing needs to be done before vaccinations are carried out and let the results speak for themselves. But No, we are not doing that either. Instead, it’s just deny, deny, deny. Just like yourself. Are you a pharma shill by any chance?? There is no denying that children are being damaged by vaccines whether it is universally accepted by vaccine administers or not.

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    Favourite Colie Mac
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    Feb 14th 2018, 3:22 PM

    @Walt Jabsco: you want evidence….here’s some.

    https://vaccinesafetycommission.org/studies.html

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    Favourite Walt Jabsco
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    Feb 15th 2018, 11:29 AM

    @Ian Oh:
    “The link has not been proven”
    So in other words your first post is based on nothing more than speculation.
    Interesting that you label someone who asks for evidence as a “shill for big pharma “.

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    Favourite Walt Jabsco
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    Feb 15th 2018, 11:33 AM

    @Colie Mac:
    If you can find a study that finds that a cohort of vaccinated kids suffered a significantly greater occurrence of autism than a cohort of unvaccinated kids please post it.

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