Monthly Archives: April 2014

Three steps forward, two steps back

On the vaccine front, it looks like a “three steps forward, two steps back” situation. My health insurer will give me double points if I get a flu jab before the end of May. From Britain, proof that the hpv … Continue reading

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Rant alert: Autism is NOT “the most devastating medical emergency of our time”

Something’s been gnawing at me over the past few days. What am I going to do? I’m going to blog about it, of course. Once again, profanity alert. There is a paediatrician in California named Robert Sears. He is antivaccination … Continue reading

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April update

Time for a quick roundup. The CDC released the new autism rates right before April. The rate appears to be 1:68. Predictably, antivaxx groups are in a tizzy and arguing that this is proof that vaccines cause autism, never mind … Continue reading

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