Website to remove MMR and autism link

Website to remove MMR and autism link


The website Babyjabs offering parents advice on vaccines has been ordered to remove information about the MMR jab after claiming it could be linked to autism.

The site affirmed that the vaccine "could be causing autism in up to 10% of autistic children in the UK". It also said: "Most experts now agree that the large rise (in autism) has been caused partly by increased diagnosis, but also by a real increase in the number of children with autism."

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