REFUSAL TO VACCINATE AND FALSE HYPOTHESES VERSUS NEW HYPOTHESES

  • Luminita Smaranda IANCU “Grigore T. Popa” University of Medicine and Pharmacy Iasi

Abstract

Even if the ASD etiopathogenesis is not completely elucidated, it is evident from the studies conducted so far that this disorder is not induced by the MMR vaccine and that the intervention of several cofactors (genetic, environmental and especially of the intestinal microbiome) is responsible for ASD installation, which affect more and more children during the last years. Until the future studies are to be completed, the gathered data regarding this mechanism, especially about the intestine - brain axis and gut microbiome, we can claim that MMR vaccination, represents the most redoubtable weapon of the humanity, meant to prevent and fight against a dangerous disease.

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Published
2017-12-22