This webpage summarizes some of the scientific studies that found evidence of a link between vaccines and autism.
400 Critical Vaccine Studies
Watch a 10-minute video on Autism
- Baby monkeys that were given vaccines according to the U.S. vaccination schedule had abnormalities in the region of the brain affecting social and emotional development.
- Infants who received vaccines containing mercury had significantly increased odds of being diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
- Infants who received vaccines containing mercury developed speech disorders, sleep disorders and autism. [Unpublished study sponsored by the CDC.]
- Boys who received hepatitis B vaccines containing mercury were 3 times more likely than unvaccinated boys to develop autism.
- Autism, mental retardation, and speech disorders were significantly more common in children who received DTaP vaccines with thimerosal.
- Autism, mental retardation and personality disorders occurred more often in children who received vaccines with thimerosal.
- Rates of autism and mental retardation were 6 times higher in children who received DTaP vaccines with thimerosal.
- There is a significant relationship between regressive autism spectrum disorders and the amount of mercury children received from thimerosal-containing vaccines.
- A CDC-sponsored database shows significant links between thimerosal in vaccines and neurodevelopmental disabilities, including autism and attention deficit disorder (ADD).
- Young mice and rats injected with thimerosal (mercury) had behavioral impairments characteristic of autistic children.
- Aluminum in vaccines may be linked to autism spectrum disorders.
- Autism may be related to genetic factors and aluminum-containing pediatric vaccines.
- The MMR vaccine may be associated with brain autoimmunity and autism.
- MMR and other vaccines made with human fetal cells may be linked with rising cases of autism.
- MMR contains human fetal DNA fragments that may be associated with autism and genetic mutations.
Why do some studies show NO correlation
between vaccines and autism?
Miller's Review of Critical Vaccine Studies
400 Important Scientific Papers
Summarized for Parents and Researchers
by Neil Z. Miller
Foreword by Gary Goldman, PhD
Copyright © 2016.
(In stock. Now available!)
336 Pages / Copyright © 2016
Many people sincerely believe that all vaccines are safe, adverse reactions are rare, and no peer-reviewed scientific studies exist showing that vaccines can cause harm. This book -- Miller's Review of Critical Vaccine Studies -- provides the other side of the story that is not commonly told. It contains summaries of 400 important scientific papers to help parents and researchers enhance their understanding of vaccinations.
"This book should be required reading for every doctor, medical student and parent. Reading this book will allow you to make better choices when considering vaccination."
--David Brownstein, MD
"Neil Miller's book is a tour de force and a clarion voice championing the cautionary principle: 'When in doubt, minimize risk.' Let's talk science. Read this book. The truth will keep you and your children protected." --Bradford S. Weeks, MD
"This is a well-researched work that raises a number of important considerations about our current vaccination practices. Through studies with commentaries, the reader is led on a journey that bypasses the typical myopic view our society has toward vaccines." --Brandon Horn, PhD, JD, LAc, Chief Academic Officer, American University of Complementary Medicine
Code: MRO $21.95
Unpublished studies on MMR and autism by Dr. Edward Yazbak, MD:
- Yazbak, F.E. "Autism: Is there a vaccine connection? Part I. Vaccination after delivery."
- Yazbak, F.E. "Autism: Is there a vaccine connection? Part II. Vaccination around pregnancy."
- Yazbak, F.E. "Autism: Is there a vaccine connection? Part III. Vaccination around pregnancy, the sequel." Part III