Vaccines and Autism: Evidence Does Not Support a Causal Association

@article{Destefano2007VaccinesAA,
  title={Vaccines and Autism: Evidence Does Not Support a Causal Association},
  author={F. Destefano},
  journal={Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics},
  year={2007},
  volume={82}
}
  • F. Destefano
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics
A suggested association between certain childhood vaccines and autism has been one of the most contentious vaccine safety controversies in recent years. Despite compelling scientific evidence against a causal association, many parents and parent advocacy groups continue to suspect that vaccines, particularly measles–mumps–rubella (MMR) vaccine and thimerosal‐containing vaccines (TCVs), can cause autism. 
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