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CDC: Still No Evidence to Support Autism-Vaccination Link

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Autism affects as many as one in 50 children, according the latest CDC statistics, and up to one-third of parents believe that the disease can be caused by vaccinations. Because of that, one in 10 parents don’t follow the CDC’s recommended vaccination schedule.

But, according to a new study published in the Journal of Pediatrics, there’s still no reputable scientific evidence to support the claim that certain vaccines and how soon they are administered can cause autism.

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