#1 Anti-vaxxer group furious after study they funded debunks vaccine-autism link01-28-2017, 05:43 PMThe anti-vaccine group Safe Minds has their underoos all in a twist because they spent money on a study, only to once again have science debunk their claims that vaccinating your children puts them at risk for autism.
The study, which took place over the course of about 6 years, focused on behavioral changes in baby monkeys when they were given vaccines. The study’s findings appeared in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, and to the surprise of no one (except science-denying loons), there was no link between vaccines and autism
Safe Minds released the following nonsense after the study’s results were published, claiming bias and all sorts of other reasons their desired results were not achieved
01-30-2017, 01:49 PM
But seriously, even if there was a miniscule risk of autism from vaccines, polio is a lot worse of a condition for a child to deal with than autism. Autism is difficult for parents to deal with on an emotional level.
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