I would *NOT*, however, recommend to anyone they deny vaccinations to their child based solely off such conjecture. In the end, it's up to the parent(s) to decide what is best for their child (as it should be). But, in my mind, even if the claims of this article do prove to be true, better an autistic child than one killed by some preventable disease. Autistic children (and those with other so-called "limitations" are still gifts from God or the Universe or Fate or whatever you choose to believe in).
Each year, there are thousands upon thousands of parents that take their perfectly healthy toddlers into the doctor to get a vaccine and later end up deeply regretting it. Shortly after taking one too many vaccines, many children get sick, stop talking and never recover. The parents of those children are left absolutely devastated.
If you start surfing around the Internet you can find enough testimonies like this to keep you reading for days on end.
But for the pharmaceutical establishment, a link between must never be admitted between vaccines and autism. Hundreds of billions of dollars of profits are at stake, and the legal implications of admitting that vaccines cause autism would be absolutely mind blowing.
The big pharmaceutical companies will never, ever, ever, ever admit a link. And since those companies also spend billions of dollars advertising on the mainstream media, the mainstream media will never admit a link either.
It is all about the money...