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 Feb 12, 2009 - 01:35 PM - by Michael
* MMR Vaccine Ruled Safe

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The Measles/Mumps/Rubella vaccine has been ruled not to cause autism in the mammoth court case:

The decision by three independent special masters is especially telling because the special court's rules did not require plaintiffs to prove their cases with scientific certainty -- all the parents needed to show was that a preponderance of the evidence, or "50 percent and a hair," supported their claims. The vaccine court effectively said today that the thousands of pending claims represented by the three test cases are on extremely shaky ground.

In his ruling on one case, special master George Hastings said the parents of Michelle Cedillo -- who had charged that a measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine caused their child to develop autism -- had "been misled by physicians who are guilty, in my view, of gross medical misjudgment."
Please, have your kids vaccinated. And stop listening to people who have more boob cells than brain cells.
 

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