Vaccinations have ZERO link to autism, says new decade-long study

Vaccinations have ZERO link to autism, says new decade-long study

Some are convinced that vaccine causes autism and other health issues - something that has been disproven over and over again by several studies. Wakefield wanted to sue manufacturers of the MMR vaccine but lost his medical license in 2010.

In total, 6,517 children in the cohort were diagnosed with autism.

The outbreak is linked to an anti-vaccination "hotspot" near Portland where almost 7 percent of children are unvaccinated due to exemptions for personal or religious reasons.

But, the damage has been done.

The study has been celebrated by doctors and public health officials as a reminder of the safety of vaccines at a time when it is sorely needed.

"They actually included children with autism, as well as kids who are at risk for autism in the study", said Dr. Beth Natt of Danbury Hospital. A large study has proven conclusively that there is no association between Measles Mumps and Rubella combined vaccine or the MMR vaccine and autism.

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The team of new scientists is set out to overturn these arguments and debunk them one by one.

The study is the latest addition to a series of scientific reports which are being cited to boost efforts of immunizing more children from diseases which were once predicted to go extinct in the future. "MMR is a highly effective and safe vaccine". Researchers studied and documented diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder and also all the risk factors of the disorder including low eight birth, preterm birth, autism diagnosis in sibling and age of parents.

"The study strongly supports that MMR vaccination does not increase the risk for autism, does not trigger autism in susceptible children, and is not associated with clustering of autism cases after vaccination", researchers concluded in a new study, published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, from the American College of Physicians.

Further analyses of the data revealed that there is also no links between autism and vaccination even those that are not MMR.

The new study goes into even finer detail than the previous one, addressing numerous potential criticisms. Due to such fears and inadequate vaccine coverage there has been a 30 percent rise in number of cases of measles across the world.

But in 2019, professional epidemiologists are still devoting time and resources to discrediting Wakefield's work, which set off a steep decline in vaccinations, including in the United States, where Wakefield moved in 2004. For example, anyone born between 1970 and 1996 likely would have received only one dose of the MMR vaccine, since the second dose method wasn't added until 1996. "My parents thought they were doing the right thing". Outbreaks, defined as three or more cases, have been reported in four of these states, and typically started with travelers who brought measles back after becoming infected while traveling overseas in areas where large measles outbreaks are occurring.

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