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If Vaccines Cause Autism Why More Boys Than Girls
Put This To Bed: Immunizations may be the single safest, most effective heath intervention produced in the last 100 years. They are proven to be 99% effective, safe and haved saved literally millions of children's lives. There is no scientific evidence that any vaccine causes autism and huge amounts of independent research proving that that they do not cause autism. Immunize! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Autism is a brain development disorder. It shows up in the first 3 years of life and affects communication and social interaction. Check out these 2 websites--autism society of america and autism speaks . Both are good informative websites . I have many autistic patients who do well. Be informed and seek an evaluation ...Read more
No: The british doctor who created this entire controversy has admitted the entire thing was a hoax and that he falsified the data. Vaccines are safe and effective and help to save lives and minimize debilities due to overwhelming infections. They do not cause autism. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If studies show vaccines don't cause autism why do celebrities like jenny mccarthy still claim it?
None: Wakefield published some data in 1998 that suggested a link to MMR vaccine.In the years that followed, many promoted this idea.In testimony in washington, dc, the fraudulent nature of his research was exposed.He has since lost his medical license and left britain in shame.Other researchers have refuted his findings, and found it to be a hoax.Many kids have died because parents failed to vaccinate. ...Read more
May not be possible: Those who choose to believe the hoax about autism and vaccines may continue until better data is available.That it true for the proposed link to crib death or CP that vaccine haters believed years ago before it was debunked.Today i cite the death rate to preventable illness - pertussis, 30 in 2010, compared to the proven link to autism = 0. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
False associations : The vaccine haters have tried to link shots to crib death, cerebral palsy & now autism over the past 30 yrs. Each time the science & biology have proven them wrong. The british doc who claimed MMR triggered cases lost his license when his fraudulent research was exposed. Autism is emerging as a gene linked defect & future research may point to its origin, but it has found no link to vaccines. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Both my girls was born with really short bilacords can that cause heath issues like autism I have 4 year old and 5 month old?
Having a short : Umbilical cord is associated with a higher incidence of developmental delays, but not specifically autism. Call child find of your local school district for free developmental assessment of your 4-yr.-old & early intervention of your state health division for free assessment of your 5-mo.-old, for peace of mind. If your pede doesn't routinely screen development, use the aap's healthy child app. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fraudulent: Several studies have disproven the link with mmr, which was originally published in 1998 by dr. Andrew wakefield. An investigation by the british medical journal (bmj) concluded that dr.Wakefield faked data and created an elaborate fraud, causing long-lasting damage to public health. In fact, the original study was eventually retracted in 2010, and dr, wakefield lost his license. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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