There’s yet another study that’s been released that reveals autism is not linked to early vaccinations that children receive. It suggests that even when infants receive several shots at a time, they have no increased risk of autism.
The study, published in The Journal of Pediatrics, used data from children with and without autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The researchers examined each child’s cumulative exposure to antigens, the material in the vaccines that cause a body’s immune system to produce antibodies to fight off infectious diseases. In particular, the scientists noted the maximum number of antigens that each child received in a single day of vaccination. Read more…
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