Autism and Vaccines: Science vs Myths

We have shared a few infographics on the blog recently, and this one has certainly been a topic of debate for many people over the past 15 years. There has been a belief amongst some people that vaccines can lead to autism. However we hope that after reading this infographic, from Upworthy  (http://www.upworthy.com/16-years-ago-a-doctor-published-a-study-it-was-completely-made-up-and-it-made-us-all-sicker?g=2&c=ufb3), you can agree that the Science behind this link is more than tenuous, and that you can see that vaccinating your child is important for their health and the health of others!

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