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There is no correlation between immunization and autism - the most comprehensive study to date has been prepared.Vaccination has taken such a toll that it is impossible to say in advance that there is no correlation between vaccinations and the development of autism. Vaccines do not even threaten children who are more likely to develop autism, according to IFLScience.Again, it has been proven that vaccinations do not cause autism In a new study, experts investigated the relationship between MMR vaccination and autism using data from about 657,000 Danish-born children between 1999 and 2010. The results showed a higher likelihood of autism in children whose siblings were also distressed but had no association between vaccines and the development of autism. In fact, children who had not been vaccinated were 17 percent more likely to be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.
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