Louis Armstrong - 2009-05-28 I like how she uses the argument that more cases of autism have been detected at an increasing rate over the last tweenty years=vaccines did it. Maybe better methods of detection like more people knowing what to look for have increased that amount.
mashedtater - 2009-05-28 maybe its the fact that people dont drown kids like kittens anymore and or we have a better understanding of autism and of tracking it than we had 20 years ago.
zatojones - 2009-05-28 it might also have something to do with the fact that when I take my kids to the playground I see a lot more moms with toddlers in their late 30s and early 40s.
zatojones - 2009-05-28 the moms are in their late 30s and early 40s, not the toddlers