The following is an excerpted version of a 2018 study from the Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology on human exposure to aluminum and autism. We encourage you to click through to the full text study at the end of this summary for a complete perspective.

As public health officials, parents and schools continue to debate the issue of choice when it comes to vaccines, this study presents a unique perspective in the hypothesis that aluminum accumulation in the brain and autism may be linked. Rather than use hair samples, the researchers used human brain tissue in deceased individuals with autism to identify aluminum levels and establish inter-tissue variability.


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