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I Think So I Don't Think So
Debate Score:9
Arguments:11
Total Votes:9
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Autism Linked with Vaccinations

At last night's GOP Debate, Donald Trump was heavily criticized for his belief that vaccinations are causing autism.  

Question:  Do you believe there is a link between vaccinations and autism?

I Think So

Side Score: 4
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I Don't Think So

Side Score: 5
1 point

I believe they are linked to autism. But, only if the patient is given too much at one time. They should take the vaccines spread out. Like if you were to take 9 ounces (Just an example) for three years, you should take 3 in a year for three years. Thus concludes my first statement.

Side: I Think So
1 point

do you have any factual evidence to support that giving a child all the vaccines at once is harmful, or connects in any way to autism?

Side: I Think So
1 point

I'm not sure. But I'm quite sure their are many different kinds of vaccinations that from others, consist of heavily disparate formulas and thusly have different effects on the body. Is he accusing a specific kind(s) of vaccination? If not then he needs to get his shit together.

Side: I Don't Think So
PhxDemocrat(13122) Clarified
1 point

Donald Trump did not list a specific vaccination. He claims there are children who experience high fevers from some vaccinations and later autism develops.

Side: I Think So
pirateelfdog(2667) Clarified
1 point

Even if you differentiate between different vaccines, there is still no evidence at all that vaccines of any kind have any link to autism.

Side: I Think So
31337(560) Disputed
1 point

There could be evidence. Knowing the specific vaccine would make it extremely easier to find evidence for or against.

Side: I Don't Think So
1 point

Show me the (non-anecdotal) evidence and I will be open to changing my mind ......................................

Side: I Don't Think So
1 point

No. I say this because we knew my daughter was different before she even started getting her vaccinations. There is no direct link between Autism and vaccinations, they have done studies for years and have found nothing.

Side: I Don't Think So