Study Shows Getting Multiple Shots Does Not Increase Risk For Autism
A new study takes a different view of the vaccine/autism debate and finds getting multiple shots as a young child does not increase the risk for autism.
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#1 Mar 31, 2013
More junk science and its being mass reported as if its valid and significant which it is NOT. It does not truly compare injured with uninjured, it only says if some kids aren't injured by vaccines, it also means the injured ones aren't injured by vaccines either. Its nonsense. But they believe the public is dumb enough to believe this con.
#2 Apr 5, 2013
Here's 15 studies from PUBMED that indicate links to vaccines. http://www.regardingcaroline.com/pubmed
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