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Researchers say aborted fetal cells in vaccines causing increase in autism

Autism is a brain disorder that causes symptoms that typically become noticeable no later than age three. It affects a child’s ability to communicate both verbally and non-verbally and also affects social interactions and relationships. In addition, autism can dramatically lower a child’s interest in socializing and may cause a preoccupation with certain activities, toys or routines.

It is no secret the U.S. autism rates are on the rise and have been for many years. The problem is bigger than it has ever been before, with rates soaring to all time highs in the past few years. In fact, a report from the Centers for Disease Control found that autism rates experienced a 30 percent surge in 2014 over 2012, with the number of diagnosed children rising from 1 in 88 to 1 in 68.

The Environmental Protection Agency admits autism is on the rise

Interestingly, a study by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found that autism rates have not just steadily increased, but rather experienced dramatic surges during certain years over the past few decades. Though the EPA researchers fail to speculate exactly what may have caused those skyrocketing numbers, they do suggest that an external factor may be responsible for the rise in autism rates during certain pivotal years. However, it cannot be denied that changes in autism rates are directly correlated to pharmaceutical toxins within U.S. vaccinations.

As the numbers of children who fall victim to autism spiral out of control, doctors, governments and mainstream media do little to understand the real cause of this disease. For years, many people have speculated at the dangers of vaccines in relation to autism rates, only to be condemned, criticized and even censured by those who defend immunizations as safe. However, a study published in the Journal of Public Health and Epidemiology found an association between autism disorders and the use of aborted human fetal cells in the manufacturing of certain vaccines.

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