A discontinued vaccine’s label has been found to list “autism” among a list of many side-effects. This label is taken directly from the FDA’s website and sourced appropriately.
Sanofi Pasteur’s Pertussis vaccine Tripedia, which is used to treat a whooping cough, was to be scheduled in children’s vaccinations five times over the course of seven years, starting as an infant. But the vaccine was removed from the market. Why? Well, possibly the label’s side-effects give us insight. In the instance of Tripedia, researchers admitted the vaccine did cause autism. The label is from 2005. Something tells me that research would never be listed again. Side-effects are only listed if they frequently occur, as stated in Tripedia’s insert.
Tripedia list “trace amount of thimerosal” as being included in the ingredients. (Click to Article)