This is in response to the post, Jenny McCarthyâ€™s Body Count where Jenny McCarthy is being compared to a terrorist due to the fact that when her child was diagnosed with autism she believed that vaccines may have contributed to her sonâ€™s autism.
From CNN :
â€œActress Jenny McCarthy believes that vaccines could have contributed to her son's autism. In light of the recent Hannah Poling decision, in which the federal court conceded that vaccines could have contributed to her autism, we think the tide is finally turning in the direction of parents like us who have been shouting concerns from our rooftops for years.â€
â€œA new article inÂ Timemagazine â€” which Jenny was interviewed for â€” suggests Evan suffers from Landau-Kleffner syndrome, â€œa rare childhood neurological disorder that can also result in speech impairment and possible long-term neurological damage.â€
She does not advocate doing away with vaccines but would like to see more research done on them. I would hardly call a caring mother a terrorist.
Regarding measles vaccine:
I presented this information from JAMA and so far at the time of this writing no one has responded.
â€œInvestigation of 37 cases of measles in an Alabama elementary school revealed that 25 patients (68%) had been vaccinated, suggesting measles vaccine failure.â€
There goes the theory of the unvaccinated spreading disease. My question is, why are babies (who already have immunity from their mothers) being vaccinated at such an early age.