The concerns of vaccinating 30 or 40 years ago have been magnified exponentially since that time.All I have to say is this: When these horrible diseases were rampant, someone figured out how to stop them and they were pretty much wiped off the face of the earth in AMERICA. Other countries did not follow us and the diseases are still there. If immunization causes autism, why weren't our parents wracked with it? Remember that our country is being overrun with people who have none of this lifesaving science. In light of what is happening at out border, I'd rather be safe than sorry. They are bringing back diseases that we haven't seen in 50 years. Really, just think about it..... Be rational
Children who were fully vaccinated according to the schedule in the early 1980's (the earliest schedule published by the CDC) received the following vaccines:
2 months: DTP and polio
4 months: DTP and polio
6 months: DTP
15 months: MMR
18 months: DTP and polio
4-6 years: DTP and polio
The only vaccine after age 6 was tetanus booster every 10 years.
Children vaccinated according to the 2014 schedule receive the following vaccines:
Prenatal: influenza, TDaP
Birth: Hepatitis B
2 mos: Hepatitis B, Rotavirus, DTaP, Haemophilus B, pneumococcus, polio
4 mos: Rotavirus, DTaP, Haemophilus B, pneumococcus, polio
6 mos: Hepatitis B, Rotavirus, DTaP, Haemophilus B, pneumococcus, polio, influenza
15 months: DTaP, Haemophilus B, pneumococcus, polio, influenza, MMR, Varicella, Hepatitis A, Meningococcal (in "high-risk" groups)
18 months: influenza
2 years: influenza
3 years: influenza
4 years: influenza
5 years: influenza
6 years: influenza
4-6 years: DTaP, pneumococcus, polio, MMR, Varicella, Hepatitis A ("high-risk" groups)
Now, there is an entire additional schedule for kids age 6.
In the 1980s, children received 23 vaccines by the time they were 18 years old.
In 2014, they receive 29 vaccines by the time they are six months old.
72 vaccines by age 18.
In the 1980s the rate of autism was 1 in 10,000.
In 2014 the rate in 12 year-olds is 1 in 68. The rate in 3 year-olds is 1 in 21.
By 2025, the rate of "autism" will be 1 in 2.