MMR Vs. Austism: A False Choice

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Knopf, Alison. “MMR vs. Austism: A False Choice.” The Brown University Child and Adolescent Behavior Letter, April 2015 Supplement, Vol. 31: 1-2. Academic Search Complete. Web. 28 October 2015. The link between childhood vaccinations and autism is unfounded and can be proven by a plethora of research. MMR vs Autism: A False Choice, written by Alison Knopf, sets out to show the importance of vaccinating children. Not only does the article explain the importance, but it also debunks the myth of the link to autism. Knopf explains, how measles can be a deadly disease. As less parents are vaccinating their children, they can no longer rely on “herd immunity”. The lack of vaccinations can be linked to a direct fear of autism. However, with the

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