Originally Posted by superted
"He never said he had proof/evidence that the MMR immunization caused autism."
That's all I needed to read!! :-)
'Post hoc, ergo propter hoc' A link does not mean anything in science, there needs to be proof.
The doctor suggested there was a link.
He never said that he had proof/evidence.
As I said, since this doctor has been made to look like a fool in trying to prove that childhood vaccinations (MMR) cause AUTISM, there will probably never be any other studies to this end.
Just as they desire.