posted on May, 19 2015 @ 04:43 AM
originally posted by: Aboveway
There are countless testimonies of parents seeing children and babies get fever after being vaccinated.
I never denied this. Actually a vaccine that doesn't get any reaction might not be working at all since it is supposed to stimulate the immune system
(fever being a normal immune response to fight an infection).
I'm just saying that the causal relationship you make between vaccine and autism seems to be a shortcut.
Vaccines could be a factor, but nothing points to it being a cause. If you truly want to fight autism the most important is to understand the cause.
The factor is almost anecdotal.
And so far most studies point to the cause of autism being a bacterial infection by clostridia, this bacteria producing neurotoxins causing autism
symptoms. All autist children show signs of clostridia infection, and children treated against clostridia show signs of remission. The vaccine/autism
theory neither show such high correlations, neither does it provides a way to fight autism.
Saying vaccines are autism lotteries is not intellectually honest, and spreading false representations of the real cause of autism. You can say
vaccines cause fever. You cannot say it causes autism.