for Vaccine Safety
Reiterates Safety and Importance of Vaccines
9/17/15 by Neal
A. Halsey, MD, Director, Institute for Vaccine
Safety, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public
The Institute for Vaccine Safety at Johns
Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
endorses the recommended childhood immunization
schedule as the safest way to protect children
against serious diseases.
statement released by the American Academy of
September 17, 2015 with regard to comments made
during the Republican presidential candidates
debate on September 16, 2015.
Vaccines do not cause
autism. All of the routinely recommended
vaccines for children protect against infections
that can cause severe disease and death.
Delaying or spreading out vaccines can leave
children susceptible to these preventable
diseases and offers no benefit to children.
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