The Evidence Is Overwhelming—Vaccines Do Not Cause Autism

Anti-vaxxers may have a friend coming into the White House, and medical experts are worried. 

 

A doctor vaccinates a child.

A small but tenacious group of parents and others who are against vaccines may soon enjoy support from the White House, a fact that is causing health experts alarm. Since 2000, a small but tenacious group of parents have refused to vaccinate their children and advocate against it, believing that the contents cause autism. Because of this, cases of measles, whooping cough, and mumps have increased dramatically, illnesses which medical science was thought to have under control, and in the case of measles, nearly wiped out.

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