No Evidence Vaccines Linked To Autism

The Los Angeles Times (9/29, Healy) reports that a new study published in PNAS revealed that “multiple vaccines containing the preservative thimerosal…resulted in none of the key brain or behavioral changes linked to autism.”

Study Finds No Evidence That Vaccines Linked To Autism

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The Los Angeles Times (9/29, Healy) reports that a new study published in PNAS revealed that “multiple vaccines containing the preservative thimerosal…resulted in none of the key brain or behavioral changes linked to autism.” The study also “administered a wide range of vaccines including the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine–which never contained thimerosal–to rhesus macaques” and “found no evidence of changes in brains or behavior that would implicate either the much-maligned MMR vaccine or a combination of many vaccines as a cause of or contributor to autism.” The results cast further doubt on the supposed link between autism and vaccines, “which has fueled widespread resistance to vaccinations.”

It is so important for parents to understand there is no link between vaccines and autism. — Dr. Frandsen

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