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Are there unvaccinated children with autism?

I am curious if there are any cases of children with Autism who have not been vaccinated?

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dross1958

Yes, and the one study of 12 people that claimed a link to vaccines and autism was retracted and the writers admitted it was fake.

The doctor lost his license, is being criminally charged, and it was a same for him to get money.

You can read all about it a www.bbc.com
www.wsj.com
www.cnn.com

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These web sites do not contain the above mentioned info. Maybe try a link to the actual articles?
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Yes I'm a nurse and contrary to popular believe vaccines are not always related autism

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You didn't state a specific case that you are aware of, and your being a nurse does not give your claim any weight. I'm looking for a real case of autism on an unvaccinated child.
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Vaccines have no link to Autism. The Dr. who did that study is literally in hiding in South America and has been stripped of his phd. He was profiting by frightening parents away from the standard MMR vaccine to an alternate vaccine that he owned the patent rights. He is a shameful man. The increase in whooping cough and other childhood diseases r directly linked to his frightening parents away from vaccines.

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Both Mickey and Harlow are correct. There are plenty of unvaccinated children with autism and there is no proven link between Vaccines and this disease.

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So far I haven't seen any proven link that there is an autistic person who was not vaccinated. All any of you have said is yes there are...that is not a valid answer.
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Yes

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