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"The evidence is that MMR is not associated with autism in children. The quality, validity, and size of that evidence is overwhelming. There is no temporal relationship between MMR vaccination and autism, nor any different sort of autism associated with MMR, nor bowel problems. Autism rates began to rise before MMR, and continue to rise even if MMR is withdrawn. Autism rates tend to be lower in children vaccinated with MMR, though not significantly so." Bandolier Extra — Independent evidence-based thinking about health care (April 2005) [pdf]