“Autism” as one of the numerous reported severe side effects was listed in a vaccine document published by The Food and Drug Administration.
Today you can not find the whooping cough vaccine on the market and its serum’s insert actually provides a hint to why it may have been pulled. Tripedia is an immunization used to prevent several conditions and to be taken between 6 weeks and 7 years of age.
Researchers have acknowledged that “autism” is an reaction under a section on page 11 that actually describes Adverse Reactions.
Floppy baby syndrome (hypotonia), brain inflammation (encephalopathy), bacterial skin infection, cellulitis (severe allergic reaction), sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), low levels of blood platelets (idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura) are other side effects that have been triggered by the vaccines.
Because of the frequency of reporting or seriousness, events were included in this list. It is not always possible to establish a casual relationship or to estimate their frequencies to components of Tripedia vaccine, because these events are actually reported voluntarily from a population of uncertain size.
However, on an entire page, the Center for Diseases Control and Prevention, claims that there is no casual relation between autism and vaccines.
It is up to you. You will decide. The full document published by the FDA can be found here.