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Couldn't agree with you more!
A story that is likely the same for many, many thousands of others! http://www.pntonline.com/2014/04/11/not-all-measles-experiences-fodder-for-national-news/ 
Yes! Rob Schneider mentioned this briefly yesterday during the "Give Autsim A Chance" conference. I don't know the details either.
MSG and autism?   http://www.msgtruth.org/autism.htm   In 2006 which showedglutamate was elevated in the brains of autistic males. In 2007 it was discovered that some autism genes code for glutamate synapses. Currently, nutrition experts teaching parents to cook for autistic children, specifically avoid free glutamate and MSG in the diet as well as gluten and casein, which are also sources of free glutamate.  Unfortunately, the MMR vaccine currently contains free...
Trust your instincts.
 YES!
One can have an opinion of 'scientific' research, mine happens to be most of it is garbage. As Liam Scheff said, Science is an interpretation of data. Most of the data is crap. This is not personal to you. Have a nice day!
 I guess you missed Cynthia's post with the new guidelines, here's a excerpt for you: http://www.mothering.com/community/t/1400364/posting-guidelines-for-the-forums/0_50
Not true. 
  Who was FULLY vaccinated. The of the four people she gave measles to two were FULLY vaccinated and two had no 'record' of vaccination, but both had measles antibodies (exposure) which should have conferred immunity. The article lined below is dated April 11, 2014 - it is not from 2011. Measles Outbreak Traced to Fully Vaccinated Patient for First Time http://news.sciencemag.org/health/2014/04/measles-outbreak-traced-fully-vaccinated-patient-first-time  
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