Does the MMR Vaccine Contribute to Autism?

September 1998
Mothering;Sep/Oct98, Issue 90, p51
Focuses on the research made by Andrew Wakefield that mass miniature radiography (MMR) vaccines may cause gastrointestinal problems that can lead to autism. Independent panel set up by the Medical Research Council in Great Britain; Benefits of dietary restriction to autistic symptoms.


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