The specific details of these incidents are even more shocking. For instance, the study found that vaccinated children had a 7-fold higher chance of being diagnosed with any sort of NDD — or, in other words, a 700 percent increased risk. There was a 2-fold increase in autism spectrum disorder diagnosis, a 2-fold increase in ADHD diagnosis and a 2-fold increase in learning disabilities.
Vaccinated children also exhibited a 900-percent increase in other allergies besides allergenic rhinitis (which boasted a 1-fold increase on its own). There was also a 9-fold increase in eczema and atopic dermatitis. There also appeared to be a 400-percent increase in chronic illnesses among vaccinated kids. There were no notable differences in less common conditions such as Tourette’s syndrome, cancer, Crohn’s disease, depression, diabetes (type 1 or type 2), juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, encephalopathy, and others. However, the researchers note that a larger sample size would be needed in order to detect differences in incident rates of these more rare conditions.