Cutter wrote on Apr 30, 2013, 21:16: Yes. Fact. You have proof otherwise? The world would love to hear it.
There is a lot of proof otherwise and for someone who claims to have facts on their side, you haven't posted any yet. You're repeating old television sound bites and rumors, there was never any real scientific ground for the belief that vaccination in children was linked to autism, just some haphazard pattern group studies from dubious sources.
Not even dubious - the scientist behind the studies admitted he falsified them.