20 doctors weighed in:
What is the worst current vaccination for autism?
20 doctors weighed in

Dr. Mark Diamond
Pediatrics
14 doctors agree
In brief: You ARE WRONG
There is absolutely no connection between vaccines and autism as proven by 100's of scientifically valid research studies.
Ther are no valid studies proving a connection. Thus your question is misleading. The answer is none.

In brief: You ARE WRONG
There is absolutely no connection between vaccines and autism as proven by 100's of scientifically valid research studies.
Ther are no valid studies proving a connection. Thus your question is misleading. The answer is none.
Dr. Mark Diamond
Dr. Mark Diamond
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Dr. Mohammad Homsi
Sure it is none. The reason for that confusion that at the time of giving MMR vaccine which was blamed causing autism, both occur at the same time, the autistic child shows regression in his behavior and speech at app. 15 months of age and the MMR vaccine is given at age of 15 months, but no connection between each others.
Dr. Martin Raff
The "studies" suggesting autism following vaccination have been shown to have been created out of thin air by an unscrupulous doctor, and all the legitimate studies have shown absolutely no connection between vaccines and autism.
Dr. Rudolf Brutoco
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
7 doctors agree
In brief: No such thing.
This has been well studied, and there is no credible evidence that vaccines are a factor in autism --the cdc, am academy of pediatrics, world health organization & all experts agree on this.
Don't perpetuate a myth. Autism comes from "somewhere else".

In brief: No such thing.
This has been well studied, and there is no credible evidence that vaccines are a factor in autism --the cdc, am academy of pediatrics, world health organization & all experts agree on this.
Don't perpetuate a myth. Autism comes from "somewhere else".
Dr. Rudolf Brutoco
Dr. Rudolf Brutoco
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Dr. Mark Fisher
Neurology
3 doctors agree
In brief: None, none and none
This odious myth refuses to die.
There is NO EVIDENCE for it. Talk to your parents & grandparents!!! They've SEEN these epidemic diseases. It's irresponsible not to immunize children. This is measles. Measles can KILL. Do you want that on your conscience? The antivaccination movement is setting modern medicine back 200 years. Future generations will see them for the lunatic fringe they are.

In brief: None, none and none
This odious myth refuses to die.
There is NO EVIDENCE for it. Talk to your parents & grandparents!!! They've SEEN these epidemic diseases. It's irresponsible not to immunize children. This is measles. Measles can KILL. Do you want that on your conscience? The antivaccination movement is setting modern medicine back 200 years. Future generations will see them for the lunatic fringe they are.
Dr. Mark Fisher
Dr. Mark Fisher
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1 comment
Dr. Jeffrey Juchau
Person who started this faked his dated and haas been stripped of his medical license it is pure CRAP!!!!!!!
Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: You a cult follower?
Dr. Wakefield, a British adult GI doctor authored a study published more than a decade ago in the Lancet that suggested MMR was linked to autism.
For years people tried to verify his results, but could not.We found he was on the payroll of some British lawyers and made up the data. He was stripped of his medical license and left Great Britain, but his myth lives on.

In brief: You a cult follower?
Dr. Wakefield, a British adult GI doctor authored a study published more than a decade ago in the Lancet that suggested MMR was linked to autism.
For years people tried to verify his results, but could not.We found he was on the payroll of some British lawyers and made up the data. He was stripped of his medical license and left Great Britain, but his myth lives on.
Dr. James Ferguson
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