New Study: Vaccinated vs. Un-Vaccinated in relation to Autism

Check this out: http://imcv-wi.org/compare.aspx. Very interesting!

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Posted by: Nick Haas, Media Editor

“A quick comparison of the health of vaccinated vs. unvaccinated children may pique your further interest on the topic of vaccination. We’ll use autism rates as our measure.”

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2 responses to “New Study: Vaccinated vs. Un-Vaccinated in relation to Autism

  1. adventuresinuncooking

    That IS very interesting. I think I’ll post that link on my blog as well. The whole vaccination topic if very hotly debated – currently I’m leaning towards declining vaccinations, but never talk about it because people get very emotional about the topic very quickly.

  2. Very interesting article, indeed … have found similar information in my own research of vaccinations. Our own personal choice has been to decline shots for both our children … with very happy, healthy results. For me, there is just too much risk for my comfort zone, esp. at the young ages that most shots are given. I will say that we have recently opted to give our daughter the DTaP shot as she is entering K5 in the fall … but that has been her first AND only vaccination thus far.

    Anyway, I could keep going and going … thanks for sharing, Melissa =)

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