Fourteen Studies (meant to proof that vaccines are not the cause for autism)
The debate over whether or not vaccines cause autism shows no signs of abating. What we hope this website has helped demonstrate is that any assertion that the science has already been done to prove no link is both false and misleading.
At some point, the finger-pointing needs to stop and real science asking the proper questions need to take place. In the meantime, parents would be well served to take precaution with their children to try to achieve an attainable goal: preventing both deadly disease while preventing autism.
In April 2009, Generation Rescue issued a fascinating study, Vaccines and Autism around the World, with a stunning observation:
"The United States has the highest number of mandated vaccines for children under 5 in the world (36, double the Western world average of 18), the highest autism rate in the world (1 in 150 children, 10 times or more the rate of some other Western countries), but only places 34th in the world for its children under 5 mortality rate. What’s going on?"