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MMR Vaccine News Update

by The Kid's Doctor Staff

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More evidence is helping debunk a link between the MMR (Measles Mumps Rubella) vaccine and autism.

In 1998, a British study linked the MMR vaccine to a subgroup of autistic children and further research showed these children had serious gastrointestinal problems. This study reported that the measles virus was lingering in a child’s bowel. Now, researches retested that finding taking samples of the child’s intestines and there is no evidence that MMR vaccine causes autism.

A study released in the Online Journal of Public Library Science reiterated MMR is a safe vaccine. “Over 20 studies have been done that show no relation between the MMR vaccine and autism spectral disorder,” says pediatrican Dr. Sue Hubbard.

More Information: Online Journal of Public Library Science

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