Consider The Evidence: Med/Peds Journal Roundup

September 27, 2007

Thimerosal and Vaccines

Filed under: vaccines — medblog @ 9:04 am

NEJM – The latest issue contains a study and two editorial articles on the link between Thimerosal and neuropsychological dysfuntion such as autism. Short story – there is no connection. However, I think the need to find somewhere to place blame will cause many families to continue believing that there is some sort of cover-up no matter how many studies are produced.

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  1. Completely agree. Just saw the article. Ha. They do point out in the article, though, that they never directly screened for autistic spectrum disorders. In case you wanted to know more about what some of the DAN Docs (crazy) say about it . . . http://www.autism.com.

    Comment by JT — October 16, 2007 @ 11:21 pm


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