New Study: More Autism in Kids Who Got Mercury In DTaP and Hep B vaccines
You know how the corporate media always says there are no studies that show that vaccines can cause autism? Well, another one of those studies that don’t exist just got published in the latest edition of Translational Neurodegenation.
The researchers looked at the risk of autism among children who received mercury-containing DTaP (acellular diphtheria/tetanus/pertussis) and Hepatitis B shots.
They found a significantly increased risk for the incidence of ASD reported following the mercury-containing DTaP vaccine in comparison to the mercury-free DTaP vaccine.
In addition, they found children diagnosed with an ASD were significantly more likely than controls to have received a mercury-containing Hepatitis B vaccine administered within the first, second, and sixth month of life.
Sadly, mercury-containing flu shots are still recommended for pregnant women and 6-month old babies here in the US (and almost nowhere else in the world).