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New scientific study links acetaminophen exposure with autism “without any reasonable doubt”
In 1996, Stephen Schultz’s son was sick for three weeks. The boy had a rash on his stomach and suffered from diarrhea and extreme irritability. The illness developed just after a measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine and the doctor office told the parents to give their son acetaminophen.
After what Schultz describes as his son’s “slow slide” into autism, …