Is there a relationship between vaccinations and certain diseases such as Autism?

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Autism is a very explosive and sensitive topic for many. It is a condition that affects the neurological framework. Some are wondering is there is a relationship between vaccines and autism?

Adding more fuel to the fire is the fact that the cause is unknown. Imagine a child who is progressing cognitively, as expected, and is everything that is hoped for. Then one day that world crashes down around them and their family.

It starts by some minimal behavior changes and soon the child once familiar is no longer the same child.

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Several signs seen in Autism:

1.) There is often a decreased or impaired ability in social interactions with family members, schoolmates, and others.

2.) There are a varied amount of decreased communication skills.

3.) Many have difficulty with eye contact.

4.) There may be increased speech difficulties.

5.) Often children are fixated on objects.

6.) Repetitive movements or sounds which can vary widely from head swinging to screaming .

 

Vaccine Involved

The vaccine in question is against measles, mumps and rubella

Many people who receive the vaccine will never develop autism, while others see a specific link to the vaccination in question.

This debate will continue to be held both privately and publicly.

One thing is certain, our knowledge about the cause of autism is still minimal and further understanding is essential.

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10 Responses to Is there a relationship between vaccinations and certain diseases such as Autism?

  1. madison24 says:

    Autism is quite interesting but sad at the same time. I know a family who struggle with this situation. It is sometimes hard to watch them go through their problems. I hope for a cure some day

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  2. 08laugh08 says:

    It is hard not to attribute Autism and vaccines. Science may not agree but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a link.

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  3. StanRamsey says:

    Actually there have been several studies regarding autism and have found no link. Check out the following link from the CDC:

    http://www.cdc.gov/Features/AutismDecision/

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  4. joculous says:

    I have a friend who’s son has autism – seems very difficult. I do not know enough about autism to know if vaccines are involved. I do see several signs that are mentioned in the article. Especially repetative movements. He seems to move back and forth a lot. And he never looks at me in the eyes. But he is a terrific kid.

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  5. EricM says:

    April 2nd is World Autism Day 2009. Please support and help others understand.

    http://tagamonumento.blogspot.com/2009/04/world-autism-awareness-day-2009-respect.html

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  6. madison24 says:

    another website is:

    http://www.worldautismawarenessday.org/site/c.egLMI2ODKpF/b.3917065/k.BE58/Home.htm

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  7. Peter Wilson says:

    I don’t know that the CDC is always looking out for us. I think that I would like to see more studies done and by more than just one source. I also know that some also believe that autism is connected to diet. http://www.breakingtheviciouscycle.info/autism/autism.htm – This is a very controversial subject. A lot of people are accused of being “quacks” because they believe that the medical industry isn’t the only answer. So yes I do believe that MMR could cause some cases of autism. However I don’t believe that this should be our only focus.

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  8. Katie says:

    Great site here. As you read today, I do believe there’s a link between vaccines and autism. For those who disagree, read my post for more details. No, I’m not against vaccines. I’m just for making them greener.

    http://katies101books.blogspot.com/2009/04/mother-warriors-jenny-mccarthy.html

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    • admin says:

      Thank you for your comments. It helps a lot of our readers to see a different point of view.

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  9. I admire the time and effort you put into your blog. I wish I had the same drive 🙂

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