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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2006 5:10 pm    Post subject: Re: Vaccinations & Autism & Breast Implants & Genetics ..... Reply with quote

"Peter Moran" <pmoran@bordernet.com.au> wrote in message
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I can't wholly agree with this. There is a correlation between number of
immunisations and autism incidence in developed countries. That does not
prove autism is due to vaccines but it begs the question as to how you can
be so sure that "Vaccines (that do not contain mercury) do NOT cause
autism". We cannot know that, (or at least, I personally don't know
off hand of any large body of evidence against it).

(Tongue in cheek), there is as much "correlation" between the advance of
television and autism. For a while there was this massive hype that t.v.
tube raditation was causing it and pregnent mothers were told to stay at
least 15 feet away from the T.V. under all circumstances.


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We could still be quite sure that overall the benefits of vaccination
outweigh any disadvantages. There would a lot more deaths and probably just
as many brain-damaged children from epidemic illnesses, even if vaccination
were ceased entirely.

Also, if the incidence of autism continues unabated when mercury is
removed from vaccines, as appears to be the case, what are your grounds
for hypothesising ANY important connection of mercury and autism? I
don't think the fish-eating habits of babies has changed much in my
country over the last fifty years and it seems to me to be idle
speculation to be still proposing rare but powerful genetic
predispositions. Again, we can't rule that out completely, but there must
be far more important causes..

Peter Moran
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