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Does the MMR vaccine cause autism?
Earlier this month a study done by the Focus Autism Foundation surfaced and a CDC whistle blower confirmed that the CDC manipulated data that showed that the MMR vaccine is associated with autism in boys under the age of 36-months.
[highlight type=”light”]How was the MMR vaccine autism data manipulated?[/highlight]
A top research scientist working for the CDC helped Dr. Brian Hooker, board member of the Focus Autism Foundation, reveal the manipulated data.
According to the whistle blower, the CDC knew about increased rates of autism among African-American boys who received the MMR shot earlier than 36 months.
Dr. Hooker stated, “The CDC knew about the relationship between the age of the first MMR vaccine and autism incidence in African-American boys as early as 2003, but chose to cover it up.”
The CDC informant expressed his deep regret regarding the role he played in helping the CDC cover up the data.
According to the whistle blower, years of autism and vaccination research have been missed because the CDC failed to report the data as they are required to do.
[highlight type=”light”]How can the MMR vaccine cause autism?[/highlight]
The MMR vaccine contains weakened versions of live measles, mumps, and rubella viruses. The vaccine works by allegedly triggering the immune system to produce antibodies against measles, mumps, and rubella.
Although an association has not been proven, it is believed that the two are linked because MMR vaccine is given at age 12-15 months, and the first signs of autism often appear at 15-18 month of age.
However, according to a study published in the journal of Annals of Epidemiology, research from Stony Brook University Medical Center, NY, has shown that giving the hepatitis B vaccine to newborn baby boys could triple the risk of developing an autism spectrum disorder compared to boys who are not vaccinated.
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