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stopbush Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Feb-13-09 05:56 PM
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1. The science on the matter sides with the court, and in less-specific terms.
Time for the vaccines-cause-autism crowd to give it up. They're sounding an awful lot like a religious sect these days.
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  -Vaccine Court did NOT say "no link" between vaccines and autism HamdenRice  Feb-13-09 05:53 PM   #0 
  - The science on the matter sides with the court, and in less-specific terms.  stopbush   Feb-13-09 05:56 PM   #1 
  - "sides with the court" -- do you even know what the court said?  HamdenRice   Feb-13-09 05:57 PM   #2 
     - Tin foil time.  stopbush   Feb-13-09 05:59 PM   #3 
        - Link to the scientific proof that it is not?  tabatha   Feb-13-09 06:01 PM   #4 
        - This should get you started ...  GeorgeGist   Feb-13-09 06:31 PM   #11 
        - You might want to read the court's opinion  HamdenRice   Feb-13-09 06:03 PM   #5 
           - Link, and it seems awful strange that something that isn't oh so  HysteryDiagnosis   Feb-13-09 06:39 PM   #13 
           - I'm not surprised at the knee-jerk reactions you're getting  JuniperLea   Feb-13-09 06:46 PM   # 
  - You are one of the DUer's whose opinion I respect highly. You are knowledgeable on  Mike 03   Feb-13-09 06:05 PM   #6 
  - Considering that the research that started the whole thing was faked,  stopbush   Feb-13-09 06:14 PM   #7 
  - Thank you, you're so kind  HamdenRice   Feb-13-09 06:17 PM   #8 
     - Thanks for the feedback from the professor.  stopbush   Feb-13-09 06:22 PM   #9 
     - what did you think of the courts opinion?  Howardx   Feb-13-09 06:34 PM   #12 
        - I thought I was reading the courts' opinions when I went to the link provided.  stopbush   Feb-13-09 10:28 PM   #27 
     - Great post. I understand, entirely, from having studied epidemiology with respect to  Mike 03   Feb-13-09 06:40 PM   #14 
        - I agree with you Mike 03, I find that I look for Hamden's posts in many forums  Tumbulu   Feb-14-09 01:35 PM   #38 
  - it's 'nuanced' IF you believe that vaccines cause autism.  xchrom   Feb-13-09 06:30 PM   #10 
  - snippets from three decisions  cosmik debris   Feb-13-09 06:46 PM   #15 
  - exactly. nt  xchrom   Feb-13-09 06:54 PM   #17 
     - Res ipsa loquitur n/t  cosmik debris   Feb-13-09 06:57 PM   #18 
        - ...  xchrom   Feb-13-09 07:29 PM   #20 
        - But what in the hell does it say? eom  varkam   Feb-13-09 08:09 PM   #22 
           - Beats me.  cosmik debris   Feb-13-09 08:54 PM   #24 
              - Sorry - bad law school joke.  varkam   Feb-13-09 09:57 PM   #25 
  - Quite correct. There is no underlying cause and effect  ProgressiveProfessor   Feb-13-09 07:05 PM   #19 
     - hammer hits thumb, thumb bruised - vaccines hit healthy child, child damaged  WillYourVoteBCounted   Feb-13-09 11:52 PM   #29 
        - If it were only that direct and clear. Many studies have clearly shown no direct causal link  ProgressiveProfessor   Feb-14-09 12:44 AM   #31 
           - You, my friend, are wasting your breath.  varkam   Feb-14-09 01:26 AM   #32 
           - Hormone Therapy pushed on women for 20 years - now we know it causes cancer  WillYourVoteBCounted   Feb-14-09 10:42 AM   #36 
           - Hormone Therapy pushed on women for 20 years - now we know it causes cancer  WillYourVoteBCounted   Feb-14-09 10:42 AM   #37 
  - The fact that a court or a scientific panel makes certain statements doesn't, unfortunately  truedelphi   Feb-13-09 06:49 PM   #16 
  - "pro-vaccine"? LOL As opposed to what?......"irresponsible parent"?  slutticus   Feb-13-09 07:39 PM   #21 
  - I thought that was funny, too.  HuckleB   Feb-13-09 08:31 PM   #23 
  - Sure - in much the same sense that no scientific study ever says that there is "no link"...  varkam   Feb-13-09 10:15 PM   #26 
  - recommended. and I see the same old shit is going on  WillYourVoteBCounted   Feb-13-09 11:48 PM   #28 
  - Go democrats!  varkam   Feb-13-09 11:56 PM   #30 
  - How can you possibly see anything?  trotsky   Feb-14-09 08:50 AM   #35 
  - Yet you say you are not anti-vaccine but merely against the fast-tracking of Gardasil.  LeftishBrit   Feb-14-09 04:14 PM   #39 
     - Now now....it is impolite to notice these things.  Liberal Veteran   Feb-14-09 06:34 PM   #40 
  - Thanks for posting. Good information.  Jim__   Feb-14-09 07:35 AM   #33 
  - Well Hammy, you did clearly demonstrate one thing.  trotsky   Feb-14-09 08:49 AM   #34 
  - It says no link has yet been found between the MMR vaccine, *or* thimerosal, and autism  muriel_volestrangler   Feb-15-09 06:36 AM   #41 
 

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