Autism listed AE on DTaP vaccine insert!

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Autism listed AE on DTaP vaccine insert!
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Sat, 08-22-2009 - 12:36am

HOLY COW.


This is from the fda package insert for the tripedia vaccine (page 11).

Adverse events reported during post-approval use of Tripedia vaccine include idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura, SIDS, anaphylactic reaction, cellulitis, autism, convulsion/grand mal convulsion, encephalopathy, hypotonia, neuropathy, somnolence and apnea

http://www.fda.gov/downloads/Biologi.../UCM101580.pdf


If you have a minute read through the whole thing.

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Registered: 03-25-2004
Sat, 08-22-2009 - 2:12pm
WOW! Just holy heck...wow!
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Registered: 06-16-2009
Sat, 08-22-2009 - 3:25pm
I feel like I should print it out because the wording might change over night or the whole thing might disappear! (Boy does that sound paranoid!)

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Registered: 03-25-2004
Sun, 08-23-2009 - 7:53am
I saved the PDF and you better believe it's coming with me to the boys' next dr. appointment. I also sent it to my cousin because her daughter reacted badly to the DTaP. She's doesn't know if she went into shock or was having a focal seizure or what. She was definitely grey and hypotonic initally starting several hours after receiving her first dose of DTaP. She has her chart at home and read it. They didn't report the event (even though my cousin RUSHED her back to the office because it's just a couple minutes down the road) and they saw how horrible she looked. They didn't report it because according to them, what they observed didn't last longer than 4 minutes. My cousin used to work as a tech in the NICU and has experience with this kind of stuff and she assured me that she thought her baby was dead. She looked dead. Did the doctors con't to recommend the vaccine, of course they did-GRRRRRRRRRRR!
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Registered: 12-27-2005
Mon, 08-24-2009 - 8:49am

So, how can they say that vaccines don't cause autism (obviously not in all kids)?

 

Tracy - wife to Ron since 9/9/03, mom to college sophomore, Jason (18), high school Junior Chase
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Registered: 06-05-2008
Mon, 08-24-2009 - 4:48pm

Wow. Thanks for posting. I saved a copy too.

Yeah, vaccines are TOTALLY safe. Yeah right.

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Registered: 07-17-2005
Wed, 08-26-2009 - 11:44am

I can hardly believe my eyes!!!

Thanks for pointing this out...now I'm wondering if we can find it on other PI's too...this is just too much! WOW!

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Registered: 07-17-2005
Wed, 08-26-2009 - 11:47am
No, not paranoid at all. I've been saving a lot of reading because I know it will just vanish without a trace one day...well, anything putting vaccines in a negative light will eventually. It usually happens after they notice people have posted it all over the web.
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Registered: 12-27-2005
Sat, 08-29-2009 - 10:40am
that's what happened on the cdc website.

 

Tracy - wife to Ron since 9/9/03, mom to college sophomore, Jason (18), high school Junior Chase
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Registered: 10-18-2007
Sun, 08-30-2009 - 2:20pm
C'mon Tracy... we all know that we have to list any and all adverse reactions "reported", true or not, on the vaccine insert. Even if it's coincidental. This way we can simply have the revolving coincidental door swing indefinitely and alleged vaccine injury will never have to be addressed.
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Registered: 12-27-2005
Sun, 08-30-2009 - 2:44pm

LOL


I guess......... silly me for thinking that they might actually put useful information in the insert packaging.

 

Tracy - wife to Ron since 9/9/03, mom to college sophomore, Jason (18), high school Junior Chase

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