Study: Autism rates show MMR vaccine not to blame

09/22/2009 | BBC

Data from Britain's National Health Service showed the rate of autism in adults in England is the same as in children, countering claims that MMR vaccinations cause the disorder. Researchers said if the vaccine caused autism, the rates in children would be higher because the vaccine has been available only since the 1990s.

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