More study data show MMR vaccine isn't linked to autism

01/5/2010 | Reuters

A Polish study on whether the measles-mumps-rubella vaccine is linked to an increased risk of autism adds to data showing no evidence of a connection, researchers said. The study found vaccinated children actually had a lower risk of autism than their unvaccinated peers.

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