From Orac :
"I did figure, however, that [non vaxxers] would pull the “racist” canard at me over my pointing out to them (at least their most prominent faces) that they can’t have it both ways. If they believe this study, then they are accepting that both Destefano et al and Hooker’s study show no evidence of increased risk of autism in any child who isn’t an African-American male, which means Hooker’s study doesn’t provide evidence supporting the belief in MMR causation of autism in the vast majority of children portrayed by the movement as “vaccine-injured.”
So, do you concede that, if this study is correct (BIG if), there is no link between the MMR and autism for the vast majority of the population and that many many many moms in the anti vaccine movement were wrong?
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