Study rejects autism-MMR link based on age at first shot

02/13/2004 | Reuters

Yet another study has concluded there is no relationship between autism and vaccinating children for measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), this one from scientists working at the CDC. It said children in the study who had autism received their first MMR shot at about the same ages as children who did not develop autism, lending support to other evidence that failed to find a connection.

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