Further evidence against the anti-vaccination movement.

Study had managed to detect Autism development in children as young as 6 months old.  This could lead to early detection of Autism would be good news for treatment.  
It is also a blow to the anti-vaccination movement since detecting Autism at that early a stage is just another piece of proof that Autism is not being caused by vaccines. 
This fact did not stop the articles speaking about this from being peppered people ranting about big pharma conspiracies.
The vaccines were never ruled out as the cause of autism/neurological disorders, unless of course you use all the Big Pharma funded research as you evidence, all other independent research exclusively points to the vaccines and the toxins they contain, so it is no surprise that a child could be diagnosed early due to the massive amounts of toxins in their brain at that point.

The idea that the government and drug companies are intentionally poisoning people to make buck, and that scientists are actively trying to cover this up is fairly laughable, unfortunately the anti-vaccination movement has actually caused deaths by influencing people not to vaccinate so that makes it less funny.

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  • Anonymous

    By six months, a child has typically received Hepatitis B, Rotavirus, Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, HIB, Pneumococcus, Polio and flu vaccines, most of them three times.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04470392187213526525 Dylan Walker

    While technician correct, you manage to roundly miss the point.

    First, these are detected in MRI scans, this points to a neurological problem, not something brought on by a vaccine. The purpose of a vaccine is to cause an immune system response, there is no evidence that this response or anything thing contained in the vaccine could cause problems in neurological development.

    It is very unlikely the vaccines you mentioned (typically delivered at 2 months) could cause Autism, even more so given the total lack of corroborating evidence. None of these vaccines either together or separate have been correlated to a higher chance of getting autism.

    Lastly, there is nothing in this study to show that they controlled for vaccine exposure, which makes it impossible to say if all of these children were even vaccinated to begin with.