New Study Says: There Is No Link Between Autism And Vaccines
About a year ago I remember posting an article about autism and black boys, the post went absolutely crazy. Kevin Gates was speaking on why he chose not to vaccinate his children in the post. It still to this day is the most shared thing on my Facebook page.
Kevin Gates was saying there is a secret link between autism, vaccines, and black boys. Kevin also thought the link was being covered up by the government in an attempt to make children autistic. This led me to do a lot of research on whether vaccines cause autism.
There is new information which contradicts a lot of the information that I found last year. Here is what the latest study says:
The study observed 657,461 children born in Denmark from 1999 through December 31, 2010, with a follow-up from age 1 through August 31, 2013. The sampling of subjects is one of the largest studies done on the effects of measles, mumps, and rubella — also known as MMR — vaccines in relation to autism in children.
In the study's conclusion, researchers say:
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.
The study also observed children with a sibling history of autism, autism risk factor, and other childhood vaccinations and also found no risk of autism after vaccinations.
While there is no way to figure out if any of this information is true there are too many biases and conflicting articles. Common sense makes me ask why would the government or medical companies want millions of autistic citizens? People already follow whatever is going on in society so why would doctors need to make children autistic? I don't see what the big picture would be to inject children with autism?
I'm not dismissing these claims, because anything could be true, but it seems highly illogical. Do these surveys and autism issues make you more concerned about vaccinating your children?