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What is the connection between vaccines and autism?

Dr. Ronald Leaf
Psychology Specialist

Watch as licensed psychologist and autism specialist Dr. Ronald Leaf discusses whether or not there is a connection between vaccines and autism.

Dr. Latha Soorya, MD
Psychiatrist (Therapist)

Several epidemiological studies have disproven the link between vaccines and autism.

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiologist (Heart Specialist)

Vaccines are commonly thought to be the cause for autism. In this video, Dr. Oz asks doctors Brown and Sears if there is a connection between vaccines and autism.

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