MIT professor: ABC’s The View legitimatizing dangerous unscientific autism claims



MIT professor: ABC’s The View legitimatizing dangerous unscientific autism claims (via Raw Story )

The decision to add former Playboy model Jenny McCarthy to abc’s The View was unfortunate and potentially dangerous, according to a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. “That message she’s giving out has been roundly, roundly…



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It is clearly safer to get vaccines than not to.  Anyone who says otherwise is not correctly weighing any risks that might exist.
Whether or not vaccine producers should improve standards, while that is without question too, they should. 
They need to find a substitute for the mercury containing preservative used in vaccines, even if it is safe in low levels.  They need to find better vaccine production methods and better vaccine delivery systems to reduce adverse reactions.  The reason for this is twofold. First improve safety, and second remove any last shred of sanity to the arguments against vaccinations.

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Ruedii that was really, really well said.  Thank you.