It does not trigger autism in kids who are at risk of it.
Those are the conclusions of a study of more than 650,000 children in Denmark, published in the journal “Annals of International Medicine” on Monday.
The lead researchers said the idea that vaccines cause autism is still around and is getting a lot of attention on social media.
He said they wanted to provide solid scientific answers on the issue.
Meanwhile, the World Health Organization has ranked the reluctance or refusal to vaccinate despite vaccine availability as a top 10 threat to global health this year.
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