How true or false is this?Answer Question
It's completely false and I don't know where this BS keeps coming from. Parents who choose NOT to vax at all have child(ren) with Autism.
Answer by Anonymous at 6:50 PM on Jun. 6, 2009
Answer by midnightmoma at 6:53 PM on Jun. 6, 2009
Answer by Dom123123 at 7:01 PM on Jun. 6, 2009
There's no proof that they do not cause autism. As for there being unvaccinated people with autism, so what? There are nonsmokers who get lung cancer, that doesn't mean smoking doesn't cause lung cancer.
There are studies that link the actual measles virus from the MMR shot to autism (that info is in Dr Sears' The Vaccine Book).
There are also lots of other serious conditions that are caused by vaccines.
Answer by jellyphish at 7:14 PM on Jun. 6, 2009
Answer by lighthousemom3 at 8:10 PM on Jun. 6, 2009
So I guess you can catch Autism? That's basically what you are saying. People who don't smoke but have lung cancer were probably around people who smoked which they inhaled their 2nd hand smoke which is worse. Don't compare the 2 cuz it makes you look stupid. Autism has been proven to be genetic.
Answer by Anonymous at 8:11 PM on Jun. 6, 2009
Answer by lighthousemom3 at 8:15 PM on Jun. 6, 2009
Answer by lighthousemom3 at 8:19 PM on Jun. 6, 2009
Autism has been proven to be genetic.
According to who? There is no autism gene. We KNOW it is NOT genetic because there are cases where only one of a set of identical twins has autism. The point of my analogy was that there is more than one cause of autism. Vaccines do not cause autism in everyone, not everyone who has autism got it from vaccines; both those statements can be true while leaving room for the fact that sometimes vaccines cause autism.
Answer by jellyphish at 12:19 AM on Jun. 7, 2009
Answer by rkoloms at 6:40 AM on Jun. 7, 2009