Video: Vaccines Don’t Cause Autism

In 1998, an article was published in the Lancet that followed the cases of 12 children with developmental regression and gastrointestinal symptoms, such as diarrhea or stomach pain. Nine of these children had autism, and eight of the nine had parents who though that the symptoms of their autism had developed after the vaccine for Measles, Mumps, and Rubella–or, the MMR vaccine–was administered. This was not a randomized, controlled trial, nor even a scientific study. It was merely a description of a small group of children. To be honest, it’s difficult to believe that this study could get published in the Lancet today…

 

 

 

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