Thanks to the anti-vaccine movement, it isn’t hard to find autistic kids who aren’t vaccinated.
Where Are the Autistic Kids Who Aren’t Vaccinated?
For one thing, folks in the anti-vaccine movement do a good job scaring parents, which means that there are simply more unvaccinated kids around.
And because vaccines aren’t associated with autism, these unvaccinated kids can and do develop autism.
How do we know?
Parents in anti-vaccine groups and forums often ask…
And invariably, the answer they get is that yes, many of them either have or know of autistic kids who are unvaccinated.
Hopefully that will eventually lead them all to understand that vaccines are not associated with autism, so that they don’t continue to leave their kids unvaccinated and at risk to get a vaccine-preventable disease.
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