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Vaccines Do NOT Cause Autism

Based on the title of this blog post, you can probably figure out where I stand on the issue of Autism and vaccines. In light of the recent resurgence of the anti-vaxxers movement, many people have been asking me for my opinion on the matter. 5,276 more words

New Study: No Link Between MMR Vaccine and Autism

After following over 95,000 kids who received their MMR vaccines, researchers came to a definitive conclusion: the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine is not linked to development of autism spectrum disorders (ASD). 97 more words

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Autism, vaccines and the need to keep our kids safe

An excellent study was published on Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association that should permanently lay to rest the oft-repeated claims of links between autism and the MMR vaccine given to children to protect against measles, mumps and rubella. 1,282 more words

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Media scapegoating. We have a voice, but who is listening?

Look at this man, look how stressed he is. In the nineties he wrote a paper outing is concerns about the combined MMR vaccine. I remember researching and hearing stories about this one article that was totally ridiculous and all the media hype.(you know there is always one on any subject, usually the one hardest to get hold of). 104 more words

MMR Update!

In some exciting news, the MMR Vaccine has been PROVEN to have absolutely not one single link when it comes to Autism. Hopefully, this can be one of the final nails in the coffin of this debate that was since started by Andrew Wakefield in the nineties. 34 more words

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After Delay, Lawmakers Approve California Vaccine Bill

SACRAMENTO (AP) —

A California Senate committee has approved a bill that would require California schoolchildren to be vaccinated.

The Senate Education Committee voted 7-2 Wednesday on the bill by Sen. 100 more words

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Study (once again) finds no link between vaccines and autism

The “anti-vaxx” movement has been gaining steam of late among parents who worry that vaccines cause autism in young children. A new study, however, has found no link between autism and the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine (also called the MMR vaccine). 90 more words

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