FDA Approved Vaccine with Autism and SIDS Listed as Adverse Events, Vaccine Safety Website Removes Information - Mothering Forums

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Old 09-19-2012, 02:40 PM - Thread Starter
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"The Tripedia vaccine product insert was removed from the Johns Hopkins Institute for Vaccine Safety website. [1]  I also discovered that it is now missing from the CDC VPL. The “official” reason is likely Sanofi Pasteur’s discontinuing the production of the vaccine.However, closer inspection of the Tripedia product insert reveals another smoking-gun relationship between vaccines and autism."

 

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This article is written in such a way that confuses me (granted, not hard to do). First it says:
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the Food and Drug Administration approved a “thimerosal free” Tripedia vaccine. [7] Do you think the FDA might have been a bit concerned about the findings discussed at the Simpsonwood meeting?
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They approved vaccines with thimerosal and are trying to keep the situation quiet, especially when it comes to parents. As shown in this article, this information is coming up missing. But, the missing information did shine a HUGE spotlight on the information in the vaccine product insert.

With all the controversy surrounding vaccines and autism, why even mention it in a vaccine product insert for an FDA-approved vaccine?!? We may never know the true answer, but consider this question for a moment.
So, they approved a thimerisol-free vax, but then no, it actually did have thimerisol, but then again, it was actually just trace amounts. And they didn't publicize it or remove the thimerisol-full vax from the market in an attempt to hide the autism link; but then they drew extra attentionto it by adding information you'd think they would want to keep secret??

I appreciate the update on information that is/was/is no longer available, but all this conjecture about the motivations behind it seems a bit over-the-top for me. I think it's more wise to tell people the facts and let THEM sort out what it means. especially for newbies who are still working their way through the jungle of vax information.

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