Autistic Nurse For Vaccinations

She's a nurse, she's autistic — and she wants the world to know that vaccinations don't cause autism.

02/09/2018 17:01
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  • أم م.
    30/09/2018 09:02

    مفضاك يا لولو اهو هلبه عندهم توحد لاش ندوروا من برا

  • وليد غ.
    27/09/2018 18:57

    ظلمتوا الواد

  • Shokry H.
    26/09/2018 08:46

    انا معرفش عيد لكي او صحبتك انا لقيت صورتك فرحت وكتبت لكي كل سنة وانتى طيبة يا مدام طول ما انت بخير يبقى يقول لك كل سنة وانتى طيبة ربنا يفرحك انت والبنك بإذن ربنا ان شا القدير وشكرا

  • Jingle J.
    25/09/2018 19:50

    Your born with autism 🤦🏽‍♀️ it’s not a disease.

  • حلوياتي ح.
    24/09/2018 13:50

    اريد العربيه انا اريد لغه عريبه.

  • Gtrz G.
    23/09/2018 02:03


  • Leah A.
    22/09/2018 21:18

    Your child, you do you. Parents don't vaxx kids for many reasons... It causing autism is utterly stupid. I try really hard to not judge for any reason. That particular theory is one I have a hard time with.

  • उत्सव ढ.
    22/09/2018 18:31

    This stupidism only exist in America, I am from a third world country where my parents earn less than a dishwasher in America but still we had vaccinations and our parents though uneducated still know that vaccinating your kids is the most important thing. My question why is the most powerful country and one of the richest country in the world becoming so stupid and ignorant? When I was a kid we would look up to America and think that to be great again we have to follow America's step, now I think that is what we must avoid because I can see the increasingly stupid generation getting more power and more recognition in America and obviously the politicians are happy because cops now "in America" can go on kill anyone they want and the people are busy debating about vaccinations??? Like wtf is going on there?????

  • Zach P.
    22/09/2018 16:30

    State sponsored studies are not accurate and skewed

  • Araceli S.
    21/09/2018 23:47

    thought about u

  • Jabar H.
    21/09/2018 15:34

    هه له و خه به

  • Ann L.
    21/09/2018 01:11

    Yes it gives kids autism .

  • Mahindran J.
    20/09/2018 19:03

    It's not about vaccination.... How they produce..... Certification....

  • Audrey H.
    20/09/2018 17:26

    what do you think?

  • Sandy L.
    20/09/2018 00:02


  • Vy T.
    19/09/2018 22:00

    Ok, we can always end up arguing over this topic but my final opinion is... If you decided not to vaccinate your child, don’t take them to school! I wouldn’t want your unhealthy child to transmit disease to child at school. They can be homeschool, we don’t need them to cause danger around children who immune system can’t stop those diseases. So you could vaccinate or not, just don’t bring your kid near any other kid. Keep them out of our community

  • Vicky A.
    19/09/2018 13:47


  • Eleanor C.
    19/09/2018 02:42

    Does anyone think soy milk may have something to do with the development of autism?

  • Eleanor C.
    19/09/2018 02:34

    The strange thing with autism is that the children are born normal, meeting milestones, then they start regressing. It does raise the concern that immunizations COULD play a part

  • Courtney P.
    19/09/2018 00:15

    For those of you anti-vaccine people, look into "herding immunity". We are not getting vaccines for just ourselves and to prevent ourselves from getting measles etc.. We are getting vaccines to protect us AND the people around us who cannot receive vaccines, i.e. newborn babies and the elderly who have too low of immune systems and are both more susceptible to diseases that should be prevented by vaccines.