DTap vaccine given to pregnant women did not increase risk of autism in children, study says


A new study may reassure some. People who worry about a link between vaccines and autism pregnant women don't get vaccinated at a fear it will increase. The chance there baby will. Develop autism Clinton new study provides evidence that is not the case the Kaiser Permanente study looked at eighty, thousand children born over a four, year period it found no increased risk of autism spectrum disorder among children whose mothers got the tetanus diphtheria and protests vaccine when they were. Pregnant, the rate of the disorder was one point five percent. For children whose mothers word accented and one point, eight percent in the

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