As you are probably aware,  there is a debate as to whether or not to vaccinate your kids. The argument against vaccines is that they cause Autism. Here’s how it started: In 1998, a British GI doctor named Andrew Wakefield and 12 other researchers published a paper linking childhood vaccines and Autism. Obviously this is not true, because in 2010, the paper was retracted and Wakefield lost his medical license. The theory that Autism is caused by vaccines remains today, even though it has been disproven. Even to this day (October 5, 2017), anti-vaccers have got their heads so far up their asses they fail to see the big picture. People who are against vaccines, it seems to me, are more concerned about their kids getting a potentially fatal illness (mumps, measles, flu, pneumonia, polio, etc.) than have Autism. They would rather their kids risk dying, but hey, at least they don’t have Autism! These people sicken me. Vaccines do more help than harm. GET OVER IT, PEOPLE!

Author: AuTom Spectrum Blog

I have Autism and am a self-advocate and public speaker. On the side I do stand-up comedy. I live in Baltimore County and have an AMAZING girlfriend

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