Febrile infectious childhood diseases in the history of cancer patients and matched controls. - PubMed - NCBI
Not interested in getting all butthurt and engaged in this thread but found the info in the above link interesting.
"The measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine isn’t associated with an increased risk of autism even among kids who are at high risk because they have a sibling with the disorder, a Danish study suggests."
I suggest that the study is bullshit.
You didn't.When I was a kid every one caught measles and mumps and chickenpox and we all survived.
Now they carry on like it's an Ebola outbreak when a kid gets measles.
@Splinty , you may have all that science behind you but how are we not to believe the broad that thought I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry was a good career move.You didn't.
Measles was just less deadly than much of your general childhood which was considerably more deadly than it is now. We care now because measles comes with cost and harm in various ways, including death that is now considered an unacceptable risk.
You guys were dying at a very preventable rate...
Measels kills at a rate of about 1-2:1000 (10-20:10,000 for that graph comparison) in western countries with modern medicine.
I've added that death rate on to the graph for future viewing
Measles in the EU/EEA: current outbreaks, latest data and trends – November 2017
Acute Measles Mortality in the United States, 1987–2002