Is autism caused by mercury in vaccines?

We have some friends that have been saying that they think that their childrens vaccines have cause symptoms of autism in two of their children.  Now we see this study.

A new study shows a direct relationship between mercury in children’s vaccines and autism, contradicting government claims there is no proven relationship between the two.

Be careful with the vaccines that you get for your children.  They are not risk free.

Complete Story: New study links mercury to autism.


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4 Responses to Is autism caused by mercury in vaccines?

  1. Ophidian says:

    But where is the link to the actual study?

  2. Ophidian says:

    Thanks, but this link brings nowhere.
    Yet, I found thе full article in a different place:
    Unfortunately, this is yet another bull-study concocted by Geier & Geir gang based on an analysis of the completеly unrealiable VAERS database.

  3. Joseph says:

    The study is seriously flawed. There’s no drop in the prevalence of autism in California, and those who claim this should understand the problem with their methods by now. See my posting titled “CDDS Data 101”.

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