Experts say replication is needed and other hurdles must be surmounted to apply findings to the clinic

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When the Tribeca Film Festival canceled its controversial screening of Vaxxed, a “documentary” (with scare-quotes) alleging a Centers for Disease Control cover-up of the debunked vaccine-autism link, it vindicated what scientists have collectively been saying for years: There’s nothing to talk about here. Vaccines don’t cause autism, and there’s no CDC cover-up, full stop

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Facing a storm of criticism over its plan to show a documentary about the widely debunked link between vaccines and autism, the Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday pulled the film from its schedule next month

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As the debate continues whether to screen all young children for autism, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPTF) has weighed in with recommendations for clinicians as well as parents. Dr Robert Glatter speaks with our Dr. Margaret Moon

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What if we could use a simple, routine test to screen every baby for autism? It’s not as far-fetched as it sounds. Larger-scale clinical trials for an eye-tracking device that could be used to predict autism are slated to begin this year

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Our Dr. Margaret Moon, a pediatrician and bioethicist at Johns Hopkins Berman Institute said, “We need to do a better job helping people understood good versus bad data.”

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The ongoing measles outbreak linked to Disneyland has led to some harsh comments about parents who don’t vaccinate their kids. But Juniper Russo, a writer in Chattanooga, Tenn., says she understands those parents because she used to be one of them

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Jenny McCarthy’s View

August 27, 2013

Nathan Risinger on the controversial decision naming Jenny McCarthy as one of the co-hosts of The View, despite her continuing advocacy for the link between vaccines and autism against all evidence

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