Food and Drug Administration Agency (FDA) published a vaccine document in which autism is one of many reported side effects.
The cough vaccine Tripedia is off the market, but it was designed to be taken 5 times between 6 weeks and 7 years of age. Its serum’s insert gives us a hint why Tripedia is no longer on the market.
Researches acknowledged many serious complications and “autism” is one of them as an adverse reaction.


Other side effects, triggered by the vaccine are low levels of blood platelets (Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura), sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), severe allergic reaction (anaphylactic reaction), bacterial skin infection (cellulitis), convulsion, brain inflammation (encephalopathy), floppy baby syndrome (hypotonia), etc.

The document states that in this list were included events because of the frequency or seriousness of reporting and also was noted that the events are reported voluntarily, so it is not possible to establish a relationship to Tripedia’s components or to reliably estimate their frequencies.

Also, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, dedicated an entire page where it claims that there isn’t any possible link between autism and vaccines.
What is the truth, in the end? It’s up to you, to decide it.
Here you can see the full document that was published by the FDA.