The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently published a document about vaccines that marks “autism” as one of the many reported negative side effects of vaccination.
The Tripedia vaccine for immunization against tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough) and diphtheria, is not readily available on the market, and its serum content offers a hint that reveals why it was pulled from the market. Tripedia was developed to be taken in 5 doses in infants and children between 6 weeks and 7 years old.
Beside the many other severe problems that it causes, scientists have acknowledged “autism” as a negative side effect listed below in the section on page 11 which describes “Adverse Reactions”.
Likewise, there are numerous other reports of adverse reactions which have been activated by the vaccine like SIDS (Abrupt Baby Death Syndrome), anaphylactic reaction (severe allergic reaction), idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (lower levels of blood platelets), convulsion, encephalopathy (brain swelling), hypotonia (floppy child syndrome), cellulitis (microbial skin infection), etc.
Also this document states that these evidences were consisted in the list due to the fact of the severity or frequency of reporting, but some scientists also point out the fact that these events are reported willingly from a population of uncertain size, and that is why it’s not constantly possible to dependably estimate their frequencies or to develop a causal relationship of the components of the Tripedia vaccine and autism.
However, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP) has a whole page committed to claims that there is no any connection between the vaccines and autism.
So it is up to you to decide what exactly is the truth.
You can find the full published document by the FDA here