Study confirms safety, effectiveness of children's vaccines
from HealthDay News
Vaccines for measles, mumps, rubella and varicella are highly effective and do not cause autism, say researchers who reviewed 138 studies that included 23 million children. "In terms of safety, we know from previous studies all around the world that the risks posed by these diseases far outweigh those of the vaccines administered to prevent them," said lead author Dr. Carlo Di Pietrantonj. "In this review, we wanted to look at evidence for specific harms that have been linked with these vaccines in public debate — often without rigorous scientific evidence as a basis."
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