650,000 Kids in Study Determine Vaccine Does Not Cause Autism
There was a team in Denmark who saw that there was this constant debate about whether or not certain vaccines would affect young children. Some parents refused to get their newborns vaccined because parents believe it will cause autism. The team decided that they would take their time and study 650,000 kids.
The measles, mumps and rubella vaccine does not raise the risk of autism, apparently.
It does not trigger autism in kids who are at risk of it. Those are the conclusions of a study of more than 650,000 children in Denmark, published in the journal “Annals of International Medicine” on Monday", according to WIVB.