The first study was published in 2000 by researchers at UCLA and involved 13,000 children and the DTP vaccine. J. B. Handley, in his book, How to End the Autism Epidemic, states, "...the first study to ever compare a group that received a vaccine with a group that didn't found a dramatic difference in rates of asthma and allergies among the vaccinated group, so much so that they thought not getting the DTP vaccine might reduce cases of asthma by 50 percent! Note that many children with autism suffer from what are known as comorbid conditions, such as asthma, allergies, and other autoimmune conditions."
The second study was published in 2008 with researchers from SUNY Stony Brook and investigated the relationship between hepatitis B vaccine and special education. Hepatitis B is given three separate times often beginning at birth. The full series of Hepatitis B led to a 9-fold greater likelihood of needing special education services.
The same group published the third study in 2010 looking specifically at hepatitis B and autism. Their conclusion: "Boys vaccinated as neonates had threefold greater odds for autism diagnosis compared to boys never vaccinated or vaccinated after the first month of life." It is interesting to note that hepatitis B was the first vaccine introduced on the CDC recommended vaccine schedule after Congress indemnified vaccine manufacturers from liability in 1986. J. B. Handley states, "The vaccine has a high dose of aluminum...and is likely a primary culprit of autism, and it's often given to babies on day one of life, which many immunologists feel is a huge mistake. These two studies raise major concerns, but I'm guessing you never knew either of these studies existed, which supports my point about scientists and PR firms."
The last two studies were conducted by scientists from Jackson State University in 2017. The first (our fourth) of their studies found that vaccinated children had a fourfold higher likelihood of having autism. And the second (our fifth) study found children born prematurely and vaccinated were fourteen times more likely to develop a neurodevelopmental disorder. Any of these studies would cause most parents to pause in their decision to vaccinate their children. But all five taken together should put the brakes on the entire endeavor! Is the vaccine offered really worth the risk to your child? At a minimum, wouldn't it be prudent to allow the child's immune system to develop for 3-5 years before injecting toxic elements directly into their bloodstream? For more information, see my book, There's An Elephant in the Room - Exposing Hidden Truths in the Science of Health.