Very few go on to read the study or even the summary. If they did, they would learn the "study" proved NOTHING.
Researchers collected data from a group of 256 children with ASD compared with 752 children without ASD.
The study's main findings report:
1. The total amount of antigens from vaccines received was the same between children with ASD and those that did not have ASD.
2. Children with ASD with regression (the loss of developmental skills during the second year of life) did not receive an increased number of vaccine antigens when compared to children without ASD with regression.
It doesn't require a degree in analytical reasoning to know nothing was proven. It would be the same, for example, as thinking the children out into the sun without sunscreen - all fro an equal number of minutes.
256 of them got sunburned, 752 of then did not. SO ---- because the ones who burned were not in the sun any longer then the ones who were not burned, the sun did not cause the burn.
Couldn't be genetic differences that made one group more susceptible to sunburn.... like maybe they have fair skin?
Couldn't be genetic differences that made one group more susceptible to vaccine injury... like maybe they have autoimmune conditions?
No. Couldn't be. Everyone is the same.