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Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Monkeys given vaccines develop Autism behaviors

For some time it has been hard to prove whether vaccines caused the increase in the number of autistic children in industrialized countries.
Now researchers at the University of Pittsburgh have vaccinated monkeys to see how their neural development would change when inoculated according to the schedule of common vaccines.
These animals develop autistic
behavioral patterns.
Another article here
New test can detect autism as early as nine months of age