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This Was A Big Contribution To The Vaccines Vs. Autism Mess

I’m not here to debate whether you should vaccinate your kids. Instead, I’m here to share another perspective, article, and infographic that were forwarded to me by a bunch of my science buddies. They discuss the link between autism and vaccines, and were all just too good (in an appalling kind of way) to not share with you.

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As a disclaimer, the research behind the article was backed – meaning paid for – by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which, as you may know, is a staunch advocate for vaccine delivery.

The article cites a study, conducted by Dr. Andrew Wakefield, in which shoddy practices were used and data was falsified. While Dr. Wakefield’s original study didn’t necessary start the whole vaccines vs. autism mess, it did hurt the rate at which kids were vaccinated. The infographic below sums it all up.

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