No Link Between Receiving Vaccines And Developing Asd

1572 WordsDec 4, 20167 Pages
Vaccines Causing Autism For years there has been a debate as to if vaccines cause autism. There are people who claim their child has become autistic after being vaccinated. For example, Jenny McCarthy is a well-known case. She claims her son became autistic after being vaccinated, says he has seizures and developed symptoms of autism, she quote on quote said: “ if you ask a parent of an autistic child if they want the measles or the autism, we will stand in line for the measles.” Although people believe that it is safer to not get their child vaccinated, that 's not technically true. Studies have shown that there is no link between receiving vaccines and developing ASD. An infamous 1998 medical journal report by a man named Andrew Wakefield who was a doctor that has research on international concern over whether or not vaccines cause autism. His research was based off of bad science, but on a deliberate fraud, according to Dr. Fiona Goldee, the editor and chief of a British Medical Journal. Wakefield was found guilty by a British panel of acting unethically in the research he had on autism. Andrew wakefield was the lead author for this research, published in The Lancet, and it suggested their were links between vaccines and the onset of childhood autism. The study was then immediately forcibly grasp by anti-vaccination advocates, which includes Jenny McCarthy. Dr. Goldee said the British Medical Journal and an investigator named Brian Deer uncovered the truth and found
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