Boost Vaccine Safety: Five Common-sense Steps Could Save Vulnerable Children from Damage
Immunizations; Childrens' Health
One in every 150 children has an autism spectrum disorder. Mitochondrial dysfunction is not rare among these children. The best evidence suggests that at least 4 percent — and perhaps 20 percent or more — of autistic children have mitochondrial dysfunction. With stakes this high, it's time for policy-makers to take five common-sense steps to ensure that more children are not damaged by the very vaccines intended to protect them.
Dunkle, M. (2008, August 12). Boost vaccine safety: Five common-sense steps could save vulnerable children from damage. Atlanta Journal-Constitution, p. 11A.