Network News – July 11, 2014
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- Webinar recording of presentation by Alison Singer titled "If Vaccines Don’t Cause Autism, What Does?" is now available
Webinar recording of presentation by Alison Singer titled "If Vaccines Don’t Cause Autism, What Does?" is now available
On July 1, IAC sponsored a webinar for immunization coalition leaders, members, and anyone who collaborates with coalitions that featured Alison Singer, co-founder and president of the Autism Science Foundation. Ms. Singer's presentation was titled "If Vaccines Don’t Cause Autism, What Does?" and is described as follows:
Despite the mountain of science exonerating vaccines as a cause of autism, some vaccine hesitant parents say we can’t tell them vaccines don’t cause autism until we can tell them what DOES cause autism. Fortunately science is helping us answer this question. This session will explore the most recent science on the causes of autism so that health care providers can respond to families with the facts.
You can now access this excellent presentation and related resources by using the links provided below.
- Complete webinar recording, including slides and audio
- Slide set (PDF) of Ms. Singer's presentation
- Autism Science Foundation website, which includes a Autism and Vaccines section
- IAC's Vaccine Concerns: Autism web section
- IAC's Evidence Shows Vaccines Unrelated to Autism handout
- CDC's Concerns about Autism web section
- Vaccine Education Center's (VEC) Do Vaccines Cause Autism? web section
- VEC's Vaccines and Autism: What you should know handout
- Institute of Medicine report: Immunization Safety Review: Vaccines and Autism