Join Date: Dec 2002
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Okay, here is the big question.
Are the studies "proving" that MMR isn't connected to autism deliberately structured to miss the relevant children? To avoid collecting the inconvenient data?
We don't want to see that there is a connection between the MMR and sick children who are being labeled as autistic.
We will do studies that deliberately avoid looking at the actual sick kids, or if the studies do look at the actual sick kids we'll look at as small a group as we can possibly manage...And we'll set up the studies so the results can't possibly verify the existence of these children or the connection between their symptoms and the MMR.
|Are the studies "proving" that MMR isn't connected to autism deliberately structured to miss the relevant children? To avoid collecting the inconvenient data?|
|Whereas every doctor who has done a study showing problems with MMR...how much you want to bet that at the very least their grant money dried up...some are probably out of work...and in the worst case scenario they get their reputations totally trashed AND lose their jobs AND get dragged through a two year legal case threatening their medical licenses.|