A claim often heard from the “pro-vaccination” community when it comes to linking vaccines to autism is that there is no evidence to substantiate those claims. This view is absolutely absurd and dangerous given the fact that a tremendous amount of scientific evidence exists and is available in the public domain that suggests some vaccines could possibly play a role in the development of autism. To say that there is no probability of some vaccinations contributing to the development of autism contradicts the science.
Vaccines and Autism
mitochondrial DNA into the blood stream may trigger an acute autoimmune reaction.” (4)
The study concluded that:
- Dr. Chris Shaw, with the UBC Departments of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences and Experimental Medicine and the Graduate Program in Neuroscience
A role for the Pineal Gland In Neurological Damage Following Aluminum Adjuvented Vaccination
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