Dachel Media Update: "Free" Back To School Shots, Induced Labor
Read Anne's comments after the jump.
August 15, 2013, Port Orchard (WA) Independent: SCHOOLS | Free immunizations among Back to School Celebration highlights
August 15, 2013, Michigan Live: Latest data on Michigan, Muskegon County child immunizations highlight vaccination debates
August 15, 2013, My Fox Austin: Article stirs autism and vaccine debate
August 14, 2013, Forbes: Autism Risk And Labor Induction: Is There A Link?
Port Orchard (WA)
"Anderson recommends that parents keep records of immunizations because 'every child has a different requirement.' But she added that it would not be harmful to a child if they inadvertently received shots again. That occasionally happens in SKSD, Anderson said, when children in military families come from overseas as those records often are received late.
"Children can be exempted from vaccinations through a doctor's signature. Anderson said there is a high rate of exemptions in Washington with some resulting from religious affiliation and others because of a purported link to autism.
"'They've studied that over and over again and have not found any conclusive evidence,' she said."
The school nurse assures parents that if they're not sure their child was vaccinated for something---they can SAFELY get same shots over.
Would you trust your child's health to this lady?
"Some vaccine critics such as Tocco contend that pharmaceutical companies fund scientific research that promote vaccines, causing conflicts of interest. Other criticisms have focused on vaccine efficacy and on ingredients known to be harmful such as formaldehyde.
"Vaccine criticisms have roused parents nationwide, including Michigan where public and private school students must be vaccinated against diseases and medical conditions including the measles, hepatitis B, chickenpox and meningitis.
"In response to these mandates, many concerned parents have submitted philosophical-based waivers to exclude their children from immunizations. Unlike other states, Michigan health officials allow waivers based on philosophical stances in addition to medical and religious reasons."
The usual spin. I posted lots and lots of comments. All links working!
My Fox Austin
"An article by Whiteout Press, titled 'Courts Quietly Confirm MMR Vaccine Causes Autism' has fueled a burning argument among the autism community.
"It says both the U.S. government and courts overseas have awarded families money for children who developed autism after vaccinations.
"U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration responded with this statement:
"'The government has not compensated any case based on a determination that autism, in the absence of acute neurological illness, was actually caused by vaccines. The government has compensated cases where a child showed sudden serious brain illness (called acute encephalopathy) at the time of vaccination. Some of these compensated children go on to develop long term medical and developmental problems. These problems may be the result of the brain illness or may develop for other reasons. Long term medical problems may include seizures, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, mental retardation, as well as the diagnosis of autism.'
"David Bowman, HRSA Office of Communications....
"Meena Iyer, M.D. of Dell Children's Hospital says there is no medical study that links vaccinations and autism."
"In mother Polly Tommey's mind, vaccines do cause autism."
Imagine what it would be like IF...EVERY TIME THERE WAS PIECE LIKE THIS FIFTY PEOPLE POSTED A COMMENT CALLING FOR A VAXED - UNVAXED STUDY.
The absence of this study should be the real topic of discussion here---
KTBC is to be congratulated for posting info on exemptions.
I posted comments....
"And that takes us back to our beginning: This study didn't show that induction or augmentation during childbirth substantially increases the risk for autism, although it hints at a greater influence of socioeconomic status and by implication, healthcare access. If anything, based on earlier literature, it adds a slight if only mathematical confirmation of the perception that births involving autistic children can be associated with more complications, such as the presence of meconium, gestational diabetes, and fetal distress, than births involving non-autistic children. And that points to induction and augmentation as useful in these situations, not as problematic, and certainly does not affirm them as a risk."
Emily Willingham shows us just how big a mystery autism really is. It's never vaccines, but it could be anything else.
"It's [Autism's cause] never vaccines, but it could be anything else."
Fine but until we know the cause IMO ...
DO NOT "VACCINATE".
All the evidence we have STRONGLY suggests "vaccination" is certainly at least a partial cause of autism, the ASDs and all the other diseases of "vaccination.
Posted by: Lou | August 19, 2013 at 10:13 PM
"Free" Back To School Shots.
Anything "free" is IMO something to be suspicious of, unless given by a friend.
We should all KNOW by now the Medical Industries, Vaccine Industries, Pediatrician Industry, the CDC and their numerous fellow travelers to include the schools and shills without number are NOT our friends.
Posted by: Lou | August 19, 2013 at 03:09 PM
Regarding the Forbes picture of the newborn baby - NO,THE CORD IS NOT READY TO BE CLAMPED,clueless media!!!The cord is still pulsating and trying to send more blood volume,hemoglobin and stem cells to the newborn.The baby is coming out from a wet environment to a dry environment and the lungs become truly functional.This process may take several minutes!!!HIGHER HEMOGLOBIN MEANS HIGHER LEVEL OF OXYGEN CARRYING CAPABILITY,specially to the brain.Those extra stem cells play roles in the maturation of the developing brain and support the the growth of the central nervous system.ALL PROFESSIONALS WHO CLAMP EARLY ARE HARMING THE BABY.IT IS CALLED IATROGENIC HARM AND NEGLIGENCE.Sorry about the capitals,I am just fed up with up with the health care system.
Posted by: oneVoice | August 17, 2013 at 09:05 PM
I live near creepy Dell Children's Hospital and recall that a few years ago, during one of the fake flu scares, they erected a giant tent on the grounds to administer the mass vaccinations they hoped people would turn out for. Luckily, Austinites were smarter than that and mostly stayed away.
Posted by: Rae N. | August 17, 2013 at 03:27 AM
Who is this Willingham? How many years has she spent delivering babies that she knows so much and can judge any study? She seems to be a self proclaimed know-it-all with zero actual experiential knowledge or insight.
And where does she come off rudely dismissing Eileen Nicole Simon's professional opinion about the effects of cord clamping?
Posted by: Linda | August 16, 2013 at 08:15 PM
Thanks Anne for seaching all these out and making them available.
I know this goes back a few years, but was there ever ...any TV or written news report of any kind... on the June 2000, Simpsonwood meeting in Georgia ??? (aside from RFK )
We all know that pharma owns the media now, but did they own it it 2000 ?
Posted by: cmo | August 16, 2013 at 07:22 PM