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21 Sep

Study points to Hepatitis B tripling rates of autism


Huffingtonpost.com reports that a new study shows that giving Hepatitis B shots to infant boys triples the risk of autism.

The study, published in Annals of Epidemiology, could mark the first link between a vaccine and the increase in autism rates.

Kirby is careful to point out that it does not mean Hepatitis B shots cause autism, but could provide a link to the rapid increase.

He also reports a new federal study is about to show the autism rates now at 1 in 100 U.S. children.

Mercola.com reports the Hepatitis B shot contains 25 micrograms of mercury perservative (thimerosal).

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