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The Last Emperor -MattyECB -Mustache -
Who’s the guy who said they weren’t stopping medical exemptions in NY?
Please watch this report from WKBW in Buffalo about fighting the denial of a longstanding medical exemption for their child who are fighting back.
And please read this Albany Times Union Article about the two families who also had their medical exemptions denied.
And this article about a father of a child with a medical exemption who is suing his school district.
New York State and has one of the lowest rates of medical exemption approval in the US. And New York City probably has the lowest of any state or region: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/66/wr/mm6640a3.htm?s_cid=mm6640a3_w
More blatant lies from the idiot. They're not removing medical exemptions, they're just enforcing their criteria for medical exemptions.
This child has autism, and that has absolutely nothing to do with vaccine vulnerability and is not a reason for medical exemption. All your cited links are variations of this. Another one with juvenile epileptic seizures which have nothing to do with vaccines. The idea that autism and juvenile seizures are caused by vaccines is thoroughly debunked wish wash which idiots like yourself have pushed and confused families like your above linked have fallen for. Medical exemptions doesn't mean exemptions because of any random medical disorder or because of bull shit Conspiracy myths idiots like yourself have pushed. It mean actually being allergic to the vaccine or having certain conditions or genetic predispositions that put you into a risk factor for vaccines, none of which your above links demonstrate.
False medical exemption claims where a family as butt fuck retarded as yourself is trying to parade an unrelated disorder as some type of vulnerability or counter indication do not count. Like everything else you post, it's both idiotic and self-defeating. Even one of them had a neurologist claim that he should get an exemption, but you literally won't find a single piece of peer reviewed literature suggesting any relation beyond a thoroughly debunked case study from the 90s IIRC. Of course you'll hear from basically any doctor or medical professional how rarely treatment schedules are evidence-based or optimized and how antiquated most hospital practices are, but great on you for always hunting out the rare or unique case of a poor research article or idiot doctor and trusting that over the 99% of quality research and knowledge hanging out there for you.
Now go out back to your regular routine of eating paint chips and leave the science to people with a GED minimum.
It's funny how you say vaccines don't cause seizures when there's plenty of evidence that states otherwise. The thread hero lying through his teeth like usual.
My God, you suck and can't understand science. Of those three links, only the third has a good design, and even then, it's only comparing MMR+V vs. MMRV, and the increased risk is 0.000043 lol
Again, I've said it one hundred times, it's not that there isn't any inherent risk in vaccines, it's that it's significantly safer than the alternatives of not being vaccinated. Do you even know what a febrile seizure is? It's a fever-induced seizure and the risks exist in infected individuals -- in fact, I think the rate is roughly 1/20 of babies undergo a febrile seizure.
Btw, that type of risk is well known and documented by the CDC. Again, you act like this is hidden material when it's quite literally paraded openly by the CDC and other organizations that try to be as transparent as possible.
^^^ Really hidden away lol
This is also different than trying to mechanistically link vaccines as a means to exacerbate LGS which specifically occurs from severe brain infections. In fact, they've tried linking LGS to vaccines multiple times, and besides shitty anecdotal case studies like your first link (which is actually looking at non febrile seizures), there's been very poor epidemiological evidence. Ironically, all three of your links strongly suggest the need for vaccinations, even when giving themselves a lot of leeway to be more dramatic on effect size.
The most exaggerated tone of these three articles is likely the middle one, and they even agree,
"Given the effectiveness of the MMR vaccine in eliminating both measles and rubella, and the highly infectious nature of these diseases, high vaccination coverage is essential. The diseases that the vaccines are preventing are not benign and vaccination can eliminate many of the serious sequelae of these infections .Complications from measles include otitis media (7–9% of cases),pneumonia (1–6% of cases), encephalitis (1 per 1,000–2,000 cases),subacute sclerosing panecephalitis (1 per 100,000 cases), and death(1 per 3000 cases) [3,21]"
That's the irony, you morons don't understand basic risk calculations or statistics. You compare a worst case cenario of a vaccination to the best case scenario of an unvaccinated. It's just silly. Yes vaccines have incredibly minor risks and should be continued to be researched and the information disseminated, JUST LIKE THE CDC LINK I INCLUDED DOES. That doesn't change the incredible amount of evidence showing the *fucking huge* amount of lives they improve and the gigantic improvements they cause in health outcomes on a population level.