This Just in . . . Vaccines STILL Do Not Cause Autism

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As somebody commented on Reddit, "denied immunity from immunity". :mrgreen:

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Do deaths from vaccination outnumber deaths caused by measles?

since 2000, the U.S. has seen 12 recorded measles deaths and 104 deaths reported after the administration of the measles vaccine.

https://ballotpedia.org/Fact_check/Do_d ... by_measles

What the living fuck?
According to the CDC there have been only two verifiable deaths from acute measles infection since 2000.

During this same time period, there have been 104 reported cases of death after vaccination for measles.
Seriously?

More to the picture, than meets the eye
However, the numbers do not tell the whole story.
Well thank God for that. Stupid numbers, they will lie to your face.
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Even if those numbers are true (which I doubt), how many would have died of measles if there were no vaccine?

Answer: A fuckload.


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I wonder if Jenny McCarthy will realize just how much damage she unleashed upon humanity by endorsing and promoting this stupidity before she meets her own end?
Such potential!

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robinson wrote:
Fri Sep 27, 2019 4:12 pm
Do deaths from vaccination outnumber deaths caused by measles?

since 2000, the U.S. has seen 12 recorded measles deaths and 104 deaths reported after the administration of the measles vaccine.

https://ballotpedia.org/Fact_check/Do_d ... by_measles

What the living fuck?
According to the CDC there have been only two verifiable deaths from acute measles infection since 2000.

During this same time period, there have been 104 reported cases of death after vaccination for measles.
Seriously?

More to the picture, than meets the eye
However, the numbers do not tell the whole story.
Well thank God for that. Stupid numbers, they will lie to your face.
The key word here is "after" which doesn't mean the same thing as "because".

If a kid is killed in a car accident on the way home from the doctor after getting a vaccine, he died after getting a vaccine, but not because of it.
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robinson: fucktardbot.

Half fuck, half tard, half bot.

Go figure.
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Regarding Suzi, I recall well his ass getting handed to him by Eos, Charlie, and Some Humble MagNIfIcence years back on the subject.

He returned periodically hoping no one remembers.

So now he tries to peddle the same lies again? Hoping we forgot?

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Measles
In 1980, 2.6 million people died of it,[7] and in 1990, 545,000 died; by 2014, global vaccination programs had reduced the number of deaths from measles to 73,000.[9][16] Despite these trends, rates of disease and deaths increased from 2017 to 2019 due to a decrease in immunization.[17][18][19] The risk of death among those infected is about 0.2%,[5] but may be up to 10% in people with malnutrition.[7] Most of those who die from the infection are less than five years old.[12] Measles is not known to occur in other animals.[12]
Life-threatening adverse reactions occur in less than one per million vaccinations (<0.0001%).[52]
So in just raw numbers, not counting the population increase since 1980, the deaths due to measles were reduced by over 97%.

A 0.2% risk of death is low, but that's still 2,000 deaths per million infections. Meanwhile, the risk of getting vaccinated is less than 1 per million. So it's at least 2000 times more risky to not vaccinate.
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Well, but they all play the piano. And just beautifully too Bob.
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For some reason the people who don't trust vaccines also think we are destroying the planet from global warming. There is no vaccine to protect you from stupid
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When it comes to stupid, you have lots of experience.
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Mumps cases hit decade high in England

Health officials are urging people to have both parts of the MMR vaccine after cases of mumps in England reached their highest level in a decade.

Outbreaks in universities and colleges raised the number of cases of the painful viral illness to 5,042 in 2019 - four times the number in 2018.

Most were in young adults who missed out on the MMR jab.

Public Health England said the full two doses of the vaccination were needed to maximise protection.

The vaccine prevents most cases of mumps - but not all, and so some young people are still getting the illness.

There were also increases in mumps cases in Wales and Scotland in 2019.

["Snip!" – Ed.]

Research by a disgraced UK doctor falsely linking the vaccine to autism undoubtedly had an impact on uptake.

["Snip!" – Ed.]

Before the MMR vaccine, eight out of 10 people developed it and most of them were children of school age. You think?

At that time, there were five deaths a year from mumps, mainly due to encephalitis or swelling of the brain.

The illness then became relatively rare before returning in the 2000s.

There was a particularly large outbreak (43,000 cases) in 2005.

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I was just about to post that.

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It sort of baffling that nobody actually knows how to cause autism.
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It's the same for some cancers. After all the time and money spent, the experts can't say how some cancer is caused.
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Hotarubi wrote:
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I was just about to post that.
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Pyrrho wrote:
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Hotarubi wrote:
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I was just about to post that.
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