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One more study has come out saying that vaccinations are not the cause of autism. The journal Pediatrics just published the study, which found no increased risk of autism among more than 1,000 babies who'd been exposed prenatally or in their first 20 months to thimerosal, a mercury-filled preservative that's present in vaccines.
Researchers urge parents to continue immunizing their children according to schedule, although some parents have refused vaccinations because of autism worries. (There are still parents who swear their child was developing typically until his scheduled vaccination occurred.)
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