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    Carol Bennett is right to call for better reporting and proper transparency of adverse events following immunisation.

    The recent measles epidemics in the UK, with thousands of cases and 2 deaths (2006 and 2008) demonstrate only too clearly what happens when there is a loss of public confidence in vaccination. While it’s now clear that there is no link between MMR vaccine and autism, and Wakefield fraudulent from the start, the damage has been done and will take a long time to heal.

    Without good reporting, analysis and, most of all, transparency with mature risk communication, public confidence in vaccine safety will continue to be eroded, with dire consequences. The WA report says that the TGA is conflicted and shouldn’t be both the vaccine regulator and the body responsible for monitoring adverse events. Australia needs a new separate and independent body, along the lines of the Centers for Disease Control in the US.

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    Gosh Christine,

    You seem all knowing – pity Wakefield was smeared. His only wrong doing was his mthods were a bit lax, but his outcomes were still sound. I gues sif you literally have million sod dollars riding on a key plank of social engineering policy, people will do damn near anything to protect it…..smearing included.

    Now oh wise one, how about this series of 2007 graphs from the Australian Dept of Health that shows massive decline of diseases well BEFORE vaccines were even introduced?

    “The questionable contribution of medical measures to the decline of mortality in the United States in the twentieth century“. McKinlay JB, McKinlay SM, Milbank Mem Fund Q Health Soc. 1977 Summer; 55(3): 405-28.

    Logic says – decline of disease before vaccine logically means vaccine did not cause delcine of disease. Nutrition and sewers and general health improvement caused decline of disease.

    Bit of an inconvenient truth for you.

    Also, do people realise the whooping cough toxin is used in animal tests to promote analphalaxis ( alergic reaction ) in animals? Logic says then it should work in humans too. Gosh and if we use a nut based “soup” for the vaccine base, do you think anaphalytic agent + nut base = nut allergy? Nah…too much of a coincidence…….

    Oh…and if Wakefield is right, might the MMR = autism might make sense when we now have 1 in 140 kids autistic, up from 1 in 10000 say 30 years ago right after the vaccines started being pushed on kids in massive numbers in the 1980s?


    Surely not……



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