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August 2019 (Vol. 4 Issue 6)

Head size and autism:
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Our previous E-news that suggested children who experience sudden head and brain growth are more prone to autism doesn't get the MMR vaccine off the hook, says one reader, a homoeopath

Our previous E-news that suggested children who experience sudden head and brain growth are more prone to autism doesn't get the MMR vaccine off the hook, says one reader, a homoeopath.

Could it be, he wonders, that the vaccine (and the DPT jab) causes the brain and surrounding tissues to inflame and swell? Because the skull bones are still soft, they will change shape to accommodate the growing brain. The vaccines could also explain cases of sudden infant death when the parent has been blamed for shaking the baby. The bruising could instead be a result of the sudden growth caused by the vaccinations, he opines.


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