Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Autism Vs. Measles - The Relative Risk

In the US, the rate of autism spectrum disorder is 1 in 68.

Statistics on the overall US measles infection rate are harder to find, but the highest number of infections in the past ten years was 667 in 2014. That equates to 1 in 480,000 for that year.

Which do you think is a greater risk to your children - 1 in 68, or 1 in 480,000?

And since most cases of measles in the US are caused by infected immigrants, why is the alleged solution universal vaccination and NOT border controls?

1 comment:

  1. By the way, there are at least 128 research papers suggesting a link between autism spectrum disorder and vaccines. Here is the list:

    But all we ever hear in the MSM is how such links have been "debunked". Why is that?