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Gmama2 14 points ago +14 / -0

One of the big problems is the refusal to study kids who may have had issues after vaccines, it is possible there is a subset of people with genetic predisposition, etc. who do have severe reactions, maybe autism, etc., however it just gets denied. Most kids are fine after childhood vaccines, but it would make sense to study those with sudden onset of symptoms to see if there is a marker that makes those kids react differently.

radx4 4 points ago +5 / -1

Most kids are fine after childhood vaccines

45% of children have autoimmune disorders. No, most kids are not fine.

Gmama2 1 point ago +1 / -0

Do you have a source for 45%?

powershellder 2 points ago +2 / -0

The common one is the MTFR (?) gene mutation. If I remember correctly, it interferes with glutathione production and you’re at a much higher risk for adverse effects.

honeymussie 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've read 98% of kids with autism have this gene mutation, it's theorized this can interfere with neurological function since they can't process folic acid correctly and they have a diminished capacity to filter toxins, like what you'd find in vaccines, environmental pollution, heavy metals exposure, etc. which exacerbates the other physical problems. It makes perfect sense yet doctors don't test for this mutation or even mention it to women before they have kids. It only (maybe) gets brought up after a kid with autism is born or a woman has recurrent miscarriages. The rise in autism is probably being caused by a mixture of things, like too many vaccines, older parents whose bodies have accumulated these toxins, and all the fortified folic acid garbage people eat.

powershellder 1 point ago +1 / -0

Well, there is an almost perfect correlation between toxin exposure (specifically mercury) and autism. But I’m sure it’s unrelated.


honeymussie 1 point ago +1 / -0

I mean, I'm agreeing with you, that would be environmental pollution and heavy metal exposure. Not every kid is autistic though so some have a genetic predisposition and some don't.