When it comes to autism, something is always rotten in Denmark, the CDC’s preferred source of bogus autism studies. The most recent sketchy study supposedly shows that kids who got the MMR actually have a lower autism rate than kids who didn’t was released last week, conveniently timed for the Congressional dog-and-pony shows on measles and the fabulous job our public health bureaucrats are doing.
But if you go deeper than the press release something is really curious, a study from Denmark last November showed that 1.65% of Danish children have autism, but the MMR study showed that only .98% of Danish kids are on the spectrum, somehow 4,400 children with autism disappeared.
Brian Hooker, Ph.D. breaks down the many ways the new Danish study just doesn’t add up. See if here: https://www.focusforhealth.org/scientists-rebuttal-to-dani...
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