March 29, 2013
At least 10% of parents of young children skip or delay routine vaccinations, often out of concern that kids are getting “too many shots, too soon.”
A new study finds that children who receive the full schedule of vaccinations have no increased risk of autism.
“This is a very important and reassuring study,” says Geraldine Dawson, chief science officer at Autism Speaks, who wasn’t involved in the new paper. “This study shows definitively that there is no connection between the number of vaccines that children receive in childhood, or the number of vaccines that children receive in one day, and autism.”
Editor’s note: The same Journal of Pediatrics has told the world repeatedly that mercury is good for children’s brains.
Infowars reporter David Knight covered the drama â€˜Hear the Silenceâ€™ resurfacing. The film stars Hugh Bonneville as Andrew Wakefield and Juliet Stevenson as a mother trying to find the truth about what happened to her child. It was seen once on British television in December 2003 and then disappeared.