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As a medical pundit, she is a sincere, hard-working and very upset mother who has the IQ of soap and is not good at joined-up thinking. This sincere, deeply-held wrongness leads to tragedy all round.
Her involvement in publicly creating hysterics around vaccines began with her son, Evan. At first she opined that she was an indigo and her son was of the crystal persuasion after being told this by a random stranger, but then she discovered the vaccine hysteria and latched on to that instead. She later claimed that her son's autism was caused by the mumps, measles, rubella vaccine but that it was cured through chelation therapy. She wrote a book Louder than Words: A Mother's Journey in Healing Autism and has appeared on Oprah and Larry King Live advocating quackery and marketing false hope. This celebrity advocacy of alternative treatments and vaccine hysteria has almost been a direct cause of many children becoming gravely ill due to the side-effects of alternative therapies and lack of vaccination. One has to wonder how many needless deaths of children she is responsible for.
Years later, it was revealed that her son had probably never had autism to begin with but Landau-Kleffner syndrome[wp], which is often misdiagnosed. Despite this, Jenny will not back down from her position.
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Jenny McCarthy initially studied nursing at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, but left to pursue a modelling career at the age of 21, appearing as Playboy Magazine's Miss October 1993 and Playmate of the Year in 1994. She also ended up dating Jim Carrey and both are now prominent activists for anti-vaccine fucknuts Generation Rescue.
 See also
- The "Jenny McCarthy body count": As of 17 November 2012-- 1,018 dead (plus 109,194 preventable illnesses not prevented) and rising.