What do anti-vaxxers think autism and autistic people are like?


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Call me Z answered

No way we could effectively speak for what all members of a group think, and it would be foolish to try. But in speaking about that group, it is quite clear that profound misunderstandings of autism and of immunizations exist in staggering array.

Given the unparalleled historical track record of the success of vaccines, there is simply no coherent explanation to deny their benefits outside of base ignorance or willful STUPIDITY. Look who the anti-vaxxers are. That investigation alone should shed some light on the situation.

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What is the difference between autism and autistic?

Autism spectrum disorders, or ASD, are also called pervasive developmental disorders (PDD) because they involve delay in many areas of development. ... Autistic Disorder. Pervasive Developmental Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified (PDD-NOS) Asperger Syndrome.

They seem to be similar , people against Vaccinations are seeing now that their Children are getting Measles , Chicken Pox , etc now their scared that these childhood diseases will kill their Child but some just don't bother but public schools are getting strict that every Child no matter whom they are or what they have must be vaccinated.

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