1 In 4 Parents Believe That Vaccines Cause Autism

In US a recent research has been carried by a group of doctors which shows that one out of four parents believe that some of the vaccines given to the children causes autism and thus they avoid those vaccines while the others though aware of the vaccine risks still give their children the required vaccines for their healthy life.

The study was actually based on a survey which was taken on 1,552 parents and the extensive research has found no connection between autism and vaccines.

The leading author of this research Dr. Gary Freed of the University of Michigan said that “Nine out of 10 parents believe that vaccination is a good way to prevent diseases for their children” and he further discussed that “Luckily their concerns don’t outweigh their decision to get vaccines so their children can be protected from life-threatening illnesses”.

The research has also carried its studies relating to vaccines and autism and it has been clearly notified that there is no link between the two things.

In a statement it has been said that “Furthermore, by not vaccinating your child you are taking selfish advantage of thousands of other who do vaccinate their children … We feel such an attitude to be self-centered and unacceptable,” the statement says, urging those who”. Thus vaccinating your children has been advocated by some expert physicians and the reason is that it is quite affective rather than dangerous.

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