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1/ Coverage in Irish Independent, Jun 2000, of upcoming study from Professor John O'Leary, Director of Pathology, Coombe Hosp, which found that 24 out of 25 children who developed autism after an apparently healthy infancy had the measles virus in their gut.👉 2/
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@vaccinecurious 15 May 19
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2/ "Researchers believe the virus could have come from the combined vaccine." Prof John O'Leary, Dir. of Pathology at the Coombe hospital, describes it as compelling evidence of a link between autism and infection by the measles virus." media reporting then vs now.
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Micheal O'Cleirigh 15 May 19
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Micheal O'Cleirigh 15 May 19
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Gregory 16 May 19
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This is quite the smoking gun article...archived!
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Andrejs Eglitis 16 May 19
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And the doctor has lost his license over this.
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@vaccinecurious 16 May 19
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I think the doctor, who heads a multi-investigator group of 40 scientists at one of Ireland's most prestigious universities, would beg to differ.
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Trisha 15 May 19
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Let me guess, the Professor was discredited? Going on a hunch he was. The voices against vaxx always are because "science"!
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PK 16 May 19
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Karen Mccartny 17 May 19
For God's sake that is only 25 children. 25. Not even close to conclusive.
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Fluffyfrostyfury 15 May 19
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You disgust me. You essentially say that death is better than autism, but lemme tell ya that people with autism can be the brightest minds out there. Steve jobs? Had autism, created one of the largest tech companies. Bill Gates? Has autism and is one of the richest people. 1/2
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Fluffyfrostyfury 15 May 19
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Tim Burton? Has autism, one of the most influential animators of our time. Albert Einstein? Most brilliant man ever HAD AUTISM. Sir Issac Newton? Had autism and discovered evolution. Jerry Seinfeld? Had one of the most popular sitcoms, has autism. Please re-educate yourself.
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