Vaccine can cause autism (Gerber and Offit, 2009; Baker, 2008) and also, aggravate a low ‘chemical’ tolerance individual causing him to have autistic behaviours. A low chemical tolerance refers to the state of the body whereby the presence of heavy metals or other chemicals can induce symptoms.
Baker, J. (2008) ‘Mercury, Vaccines, and Autism: One Controversy, Three Histories’, American Journal of Public Health, 98(2), pp. 244-253. Available at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2376879/ (Accessed: 18 November, 2011).
Gerber, J. and Offit, P. (2009) ‘Vaccines and Autism: A Tale of Shifting Hypotheses’, Clinical Infectious Diseases, 48(4), pp. 456-461.
The controversy regarding the once widely used mercury-containing preservative thimerosal in childhood vaccines has raised many historical questions that have not been adequately explored. Why was this preservative incorporated in the first place? Was there any real evidence that it caused harm? And…