SPOTLIGHT: Autism parents focused on alleged vaccine link

While no one has found clinical evidence to support the notion, a large number of parents of autistic children believe that childhood vaccines had a role in their children developing the disease. In fact, national support groups have all but officially endorsed the notion. Meanwhile, one clinician whose 1998 Lanceti paper linked measles, mumps and rubella vaccine with developmental regression in 12 children is facing the possible loss of his right to practice in his home country, the U.K.  Article

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