Miami News Record
"'The MMR vaccination is not going to give your child autism. There is no proof of that,' Turner said. 'Children start with no immunities, so if they are not given the immunities through the vaccinations to prevent them from these serious illnesses, they will get them.'"
It would be nice if the nurse had any concern about all the autistic kids in her school. They never do. I posted comments. NewsMax
"The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is renewing its push to have more 11- and 12-year-old children of both sexes be vaccinated against cancer-causing strains of human papillomavirus (HPV), despite continuing concerns about its safety and opposition by many parents.
"The CDC will hold an Aug. 30 news conference -- the third in as many months -- to release more data on the effects of the vaccines. The CDC is asking physicians to "strongly recommend HPV vaccines, starting with patients who are 11 years old," when visiting physicians' offices to receive other vaccines.
"But opponents say the CDC plan is to essentially mandate the inoculation of all children against a virus that has lasting effects for only a small portion of the population with a vaccination that has raised safety concerns. Parents have also questioned the need to inoculate such young children for a sexually transmitted disease.
"A study, published in Pediatrics, found that an increasing number of parents are refusing to have their girls be vaccinated -- rising from 40 percent in 2008 to 44 percent in 2010. The number of parents concerned about the vaccine's side-effects more than tripled, from 5 percent to 16 percent during the same period...."
Very impressive coverage of Barbara Loe Fisher's views.