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Have I mentioned lately that there's no evidence of connections between vaccines…

Have I mentioned lately that there's no evidence of connections between vaccines and autism?

Apparently I should remind people on a weekly basis since so many sites are determined to continue citing misleading reports in order to back up what they want to believe regardless of the lack of proof.

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8 thoughts on “Have I mentioned lately that there's no evidence of connections between vaccines…”

  1. People seem to want an easy scapegoat, as it were. Austism spectrum isn't about blame, or shouldn't be. My son is an Aspie and that is a big part of what makes him such a fine young man that I am so proud of.

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