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Autistic syndrome (Kanner) and vaccination against smallpox (author's transl)



 
 
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Old March 19th 05, 01:31 PM
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Default Autistic syndrome (Kanner) and vaccination against smallpox (author's transl)

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/q...st_uids=944354

[Article in German]

Eggers C.

3-4 weeks following an otherwise uncomplicated first vaccination against
smallpox a boy, then aged 15 months and last seen at the age of 5 1/2 years,
gradually developed a complete Kanner syndrome. The question whether
vaccination and early infantile autism might be connected is being
discussed. A causal relationship is considered extremely unlikely. But
vaccination is recognized as having a starter function for the onset of
autism.

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Old March 19th 05, 01:42 PM
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How is this relevent? There is no evidence that vaccines cause autism. And
the small pox vaccine has eliminated smallpox, so the vaccine is no longer
used.

Jeff
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http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/q...st_uids=944354

[Article in German]

Eggers C.

3-4 weeks following an otherwise uncomplicated first vaccination against
smallpox a boy, then aged 15 months and last seen at the age of 5 1/2
years,
gradually developed a complete Kanner syndrome. The question whether
vaccination and early infantile autism might be connected is being
discussed. A causal relationship is considered extremely unlikely. But
vaccination is recognized as having a starter function for the onset of
autism.

Publication Types:
Case Reports
PMID: 944354 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]




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Old March 19th 05, 04:40 PM
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Jeff wrote:

How is this relevent? There is no evidence that vaccines cause autism. And
the small pox vaccine has eliminated smallpox, so the vaccine is no longer
used.


Your knowledge was made obselete by 911.
http://www.hon.ch/News/HSN/517347.html

vax, 9000


 




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