Strong Chicken Pox Vaccine - Autism Correlation
Data from SoundChoice.org
There is an overwhelming correlation between the rise in the rate of autism and the injection of children under two with live-virus vaccines which were cultivated in aborted fetal tissue. According to Dr. Theresa Deisher of Soundchoice.org, some genetic material from the aborted fetal tissue is picked up by the viruses during replication. It is already known that such “improperly integrated therapeutic DNA” can cause cancer in children. There is also a strong correlation with autism, as seen here.
Correlation is not the same as causation, but that's the way to bet. The vaccines which fall into the questionable category are the MMR II (actually just the "R" part, and in some nations substitutes are available) and the Chickenpox vaccine. Both of these vaccines are strongly correlated with an increase in the incidence of autism in children. Because chickenpox is not even a deadly disease, parents should carefully weigh the risk vs. rewards of any decision to have their preschool child injected with live-virus vaccines containing fragments of DNA from aborted fetuses.