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More evidence that vaccines don’t cause autism arises from study
USA Today

Infants exposed to the highest levels of thimerosal, a mercury-laden preservative that used to be found in many vaccines, were no more likely to develop autism than infants exposed to only a little thimerosal, new research finds. The study offers more reassurance to parents who worry that vaccination raises their children’s risk for autism, the researchers said.

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