Vaccines and Autism–One of These Things Is Not Like The Other

A March 2013 press release from the Journal of Pediatrics notes (emphasis added),

Although scientific evidence suggests that vaccines do not cause autism, approximately one-third of parents continue to express concern that they do; nearly 1 in 10 parents refuse or delay vaccinations because they believe it is safer than following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) schedule ( A primary concern is the number of vaccines administered, both on a single day and cumulatively over the first 2 years of life. In a new study scheduled for publication in The Journal of Pediatrics, researchers concluded that there is no association between receiving “too many vaccines too soon” and autism.

All the money and effort wasted on disproving the vaccine/autism connection just to appease a scientifically illiterate nation is appalling.

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