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You can prove that vaccines cause autism in one VAERS query
Why would there be a 38X reporting difference for autism between the HepB vaccine and the MMR vaccine? They are both on the CDC schedule and given during the same time interval.
How do you explain a 38X reporting differential between the HepB vaccine vs. the MMR vaccine?
It isn’t because people are more aware of the MMR causing and thus report it more because the reporting rates for the DTP vaccine is comparable and that isn’t associated with autism!
The low number of reports for the HepB vaccine means that this vaccine causes autism at a 38X lower rate than the MMR vaccine.
Did anyone predict this? If so, how?
If not, we clearly can see that the autism risk depends on the type of vaccine given.
You can’t dismiss this as the numbers are small because the p-value is nearly 0.
This didn’t happen by chance. This is a very strong effect.
John Tal argues that I don’t understand VAERS
The CDC schedule says the MMR is given from 12 to 15 months. The HepB can be given from 12 to 18 months. Note: My query window was from 12 to 36 months.
Here’s the query again, with a window of 12 month to 18 months showing our expert John Tal is very badly mistaken:
So now it’s a factor of 32X. It’s impossible to explain that.
A note about the HepB vaccine #3
It’s given 3 times.
In the VAERS result above, I limited the time window to the 3rd shot of the HepB (which can be only first be given at 6 months of age) vs. the first shot of the MMR (given between 12 and 15 months). Check the CDC schedule to see that.
While it is possible that the HepB vaccine could be given earlier than that, that cannot account for a factor of 32 difference. It can ONLY account for a factor of 2 difference because it is given over 6 months to 18 months.
To show that I’m not hiding anything, here’s the query to include the FULL range of the HepB shot #3 window and the full range of MMR shot #1 and now it is a factor of 34!
How does Professor Anders Hviid explain this?
I’d love to ask him, but he doesn’t answer any questions. “The science” must not be questioned apparently.
Can any autism “expert” explain this?