Discredited link between vaccines and autism resurfaces
A scientifically-debunked theory linking childhood vaccines and autism got new life with the news that a proponent of the theory was reportedly asked to head a new autism commission.
A scientifically-debunked theory that there’s a link between childhood vaccines and autism got new life when Democratic scion Robert F. Kennedy Jr. — a proponent of the theory — told reporters that President-elect Donald Trump asked him to head a new autism commission. (The New Yorker)
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