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  1. NightShade

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    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news...-grows-most-patients-unvaccinated/2611087002/

    https://www.wweek.com/news/2019/01/...-the-portland-trail-blazers-game-last-friday/

     
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    I'm not a physician nor a health care worker in any fashion, however, I wonder if we are "over-immunizing" the children of America. When I was a youngster, there were but a few diseases for which we were given shots. Now, from what I understand, there are a large number of diseases that children are immunized for. I was watching a video once where a nurse of 20 or 30 years was saying that she thought there were too many immunizations given and that it was possible that autism was a result of some kids reacting to so many shots.

    We even have a grand-nephew who seemed to be fine when he was young, but developed autism. Family members think that it started after all the shots.
     
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    https://www.autismspeaks.org/expert-opinion/are-children-born-autism-or-does-it-develop-later

    https://www.autismspeaks.org/what-causes-autism

    http://www.vaccineinformation.org/how-vaccines-work/

     
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    A little closer to home now in Texas

    https://www.kwtx.com/content/news/Measle-case-confirmed-in-Central-Texas--505350581.html

     
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    I feel that the MMR shot does in fact result in autism in some children and NO shots in some children results in a long happy life with hardly any sick days.
    I have had foster kids that never had any shots and were never sick.
    Some reading on the MMR vaccine.
    With some good reply stories.


    https://www.ageofautism.com/2008/02/mmr-and-the-sim.html
     
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    No, he didn't develop Autism, he started showing the signs. Autism isn't a genetic defect that you can test for, its a developmental defect that shows up as a child develops certain social aspects. And often the early signs are missed by the parents and primary care providers, leading to even longer times before diagnosis. The original paper that linked autism with vaccinations was proven to have been falsified and the doctor lost his credentials over it.

    As to the amount of vaccinations, yes they have increased. This is a good thing though, it means less diseases our children will be susceptible to. If you want to believe in conspiracy theories, why not look at how the FDA is allowing food companies to pump out chemical laden food and then claim it doesn't harm us? Look at the ingredients on some of the food you buy, you would need a background in chemistry to understand what you are eating. Even simple stuff like ketchup and mayo now have so much stuff in it its ridiculous.
     
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    Patient zero' in measles outbreak is a foreigner, which is a common way outbreaks start
    The revelation that the ongoing measles outbreak is tied to a foreign individual does not come as a surprise to those who have studied the disease.

    Washington state epidemiologist Dr. Scott Lindquist said that so-called 'patient zero' in the ongoing outbreak was someone who was visiting the U.S. from outside the country, according to ABC News radio affiliate KOMO Radio.



    "There was a large group of kids that were exposed to a visitor from outside the country that developed measles, and then what quickly happened is all those kids who were unimmunized actually went to public places like Ikea and Costco and the Portland Trailblazers game and they then spread it to anyone in the population that was unimmunized," Lindquist said in the KOMO Radio interview.

    Few further details have been released about that specific individual, including his or her age or what country the person had traveled from before arriving in Washington. Lindquist did say that health officials "have a good sense of who was the first case."
    https://abcnews.go.com/beta-story-c...gner-common-outbreaks-start/story?id=60884130

    A spokesperson for the Washington state Department of Health confirmed to ABC News that the strain in Washington's outbreak matches the strain that is involved in an ongoing outbreak in Eastern Europe.

     

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