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MMR: who to believe? The whistleblower, the medical establishment and the parents put their case

One in 86 primary-school children in the UK has autism, compared with one in 2,200 in 1988.

Autism in Scotland's schools - crisis or challenge?

This survey of schools indicates that the number of children with autism spectrum disorders throughout the school environment in Britain exceeds current prevalence rates.  The National Autistic Society estimates the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders in the total population to be 1 in 110.  The recent Medical Research Council review of autism determined a prevalence estimate of 1 in 166 in the population of children under eight (MRC 2001).  An audit in Glasgow  found a prevalence of 1 in 238 children (Brogan 2000). The recent Public Health Institute of Scotland report on autistic spectrum disorders stated that the best prevalence estimate for autism spectrum disorders in children was 1 in 166 (Public Health Institute of Scotland 2001). 

Autism & Vaccines:  A New Look At An Old Story

Conservative estimates are that about 500,000 Americans are autistic but that number is growing daily, with new evidence that perhaps as many as 1 in 150 children are suffering from autism spectrum disorder that can include a range of neurological, behavior and immune system dysfunction.

The epidemiology of autistic spectrum disorders: is the prevalence rising?

Prevalence rates of up to 60 per 10,000 for autism and even more for the whole autistic spectrum were reported.
 

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