Do immunizations cause autism?

Can vaccines cause autism

Immunizations, necessary for young children to avoid potential life threatening diseases later on in life, have been linked to all manner of issues. Kids have been deafened, blinded and some believe that autism is a cause. Though there are some direct links between blindness and deafness in some children due to immunizations, there is no link between these and autism. Autism is more likely a disease that is caused at an earlier time during the fetal growth process and is not directly affected by outside during birth or after. The health of the mother and what she does may have an effect though.

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  1. The statement above has no basis in fact. There is no proof that vaccination does not cause autism syndrome and many other problems. There is generation after generation with vaccine damage. Look at the autism syndrome symptoms seen in children and animals. One major commonality is they all were vaccinated. There is no autism in the un-vaccinated Amish population. That’s definitely not a coincidence. Personally, I’d rather risk my family member getting the measles than having their entire life, health and mental capabilities ruined. The evidence is far too overwhelming to be denied any longer. It’s happening in animals as well and it didn’t exist prior to vaccines.

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