All I can say is, you are unusually lucky. I can recount event after event--in my immediate family, my extended family, friends, colleagues, etc. And there are many articles written on "medical error," which very often entails failure to recognize serious side effects.
Yes, but I am not confused and I used the word "theory" and words "working theory" to remind us that our thoughts about vaccines are influenced by more than one scientific medical theory about how vaccines interface with human physiology. Sorry everyone, I was using scientific terms, not common language terms!
To the Opening Post, why are you looking at an interview with Jenny MacCarthy's MIL?
Jenny's husband left as soon as the son was diagnosed at UCLA for autism.
No help there.
Therefore, I do not think her MIL was around much to help Jenny.
Jenny was on her own.
She had the $ and personal support to get the help for her boy.
I am glad she was successful.
Her MIL was not part of the solution to Evan's autism and needs, so she should shut up.
Why are you still harassing Jenny MacCarthy?
Are you digging around for some mud to throw at her?
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