Another huge study found that vaccines do not cause autism.
Researchers looked at data from more than 650,000 Danish children and found no link between autism and the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps, and rubella.
“In conclusion, our study does not support that MMR vaccination increases the risk for autism, triggers autism in susceptible children, or is associated with clustering of autism cases after vaccination,” The Annals of Internal Medicine stated.
Scientists have said for years that vaccines are safe — and save lives. This study is the largest analysis on the subject to date and expands upon a 2002 study that came to a similar conclusion.