As a parent you only want what is best for your children. If you were told that vaccinating your child could possibly cause autism, wouldn’t you be hesitant to vaccinate them?
There have been accusations that vaccines are causing children to develop autism. One of the leading Autism advocacy groups are advising parents to vaccinate their children. After a fare up of anti-vaxxers linked vaccinations with autism in the recent years, parents are reluctant to vaccinate their children.
The nonprofit’s chief science officer Rob Ring proclaimed that evidence is on the side of vaccinations, in a statement posted to Autism Speaks’ website,
“Over the last two decades, extensive research has asked whether there is any link between childhood vaccinations and autism,” Rob Ring said. “The results of this research are clear: Vaccines do not cause autism. We urge that all children be fully vaccinated.”
In the United States we take for granted how lucky we are to have easy access to vaccines for our children. In other countries women will walk miles in the sun to get their children vaccinated to help save their lives.
Of course with the rise of popularity in holistic medicine people are straying away from putting anything that is not natural into their body. Research has proven that vaccines are not the causing autism.
How do you feel about vaccinating your children?