The only vaccine looked at as a cause for autism was the MMR. There have been no studies of the MMR administered with any other vaccine. Many children receive 6-8 vaccines on one visit. This question has not been answered according to the former head of the NIH.
"I think public health officials have been too quick to dismiss the hypothesis as 'irrational,' without sufficient studies of causation... without studying the population that got sick," Dr. Bernadine Healy, former head of the National Institutes of Health. "I have not seen major studies that focus on 300 kids who got autistic symptoms within a period of a few weeks of the vaccines."
Go ahead, you can vaccinate your child assuming the vaccines do not cause autism, but I would suggest reading the warning labels of these vaccines. Adverse reactions include brain injuries and death. They may not cause autism but they can and do cause many other life long problems.
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