Study: Vaccines Don’t Cause Autism Even In High-Risk Kids

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Confirming previous studies that have shown there is no link between vaccines and autism, a new study has found that even kids at a higher risk of developing autism, such as those with autism in the family, were no more likely to develop autism after being vaccinated. What do you think?

“Let me know when there’s a study that shows what I know in my heart.”

Rosemary Woods • School Organizer

“Isn’t it kind of suspicious that every credible study on the subject says the same thing?”

Matt Pugliese • Koi Pond Stocker


“I guess the search continues for a way to give kids autism.”

Don Kunkel • Unemployed