Research shows no link between vaccines, autism

So, why do people still fear them?

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Research shows no link between vaccines, autism

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There is a great distrust of vaccines in today’s world. But why is that?

One of the reasons for that is Andrew Wakefield, who did a study on potential side effects of vaccines, and erroneously reported that the MMR vaccine caused autism. Even to this day some still believe and swear to his findings. There are many who simply refuse for them or their kids to be vaccinated, because of distrust or religious reasons, despite barely any religions actually barring modern medicine.

However, there are those who still have trust in doctors and vaccines, for their benefits usually outweigh whatever risks there are.

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