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Fact sheet containing the IOM's Immunization Safety Review Committee's most notable conclusions from a report by the IOM on vaccines and autism. The committee concluded that neither thimerosal-containing vaccines or MMR vaccine are associated with autism, that the hypotheses regarding a link between autism and MMR vaccine and thimerosal-containing vaccines lack supporting evidence and are only theoretical, and that future research to find the cause of autism should be directed toward other promising lines of inquiry that are supported by current knowledge and evidence and offer more promise for providing an answer. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (May 2004) [pdf]