MMR and autism

Alec Redwood aredwood at cyllene.uwa.edu.au
Thu Oct 14 21:41:09 EST 1999


> Thanks for that you seem to have a lot of info at your disopsal, there was
> some discussion that the Lancet paper was flawed for a number of reasons,
> however I agree that the rise of autism appears to pre-date the MMR.  I
> didn't expect to find a link between autism and MMR when asked, so I was
> surprised to find any "evidence" for it.  What concerns me is that GP's (at
> least one) are advising parents (and in this case even said that he wished
> he hadn't got his children vaccinated...even though they are not autistic)
> against vaccination with such little evidence of a risk.

see ya

>




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