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Vaccines and Autism Fraud

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More from Dr. Sanjay Gupta

What is causing the rise in Autism? My conspiracy theory? That our use of cell phones and the radiation they emit trend right along with allergies and Autism. Just a thought . . . (without a lot of research but I'm about to go a Googling).

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