InShapetoday's headline is that the “FDA announced that vaccines are causing autism” I will spare you the web address link because this level of disingenuous misinformation may be contagious. Here is the subheadline:
"THE FDA HAS PUBLISHED CONCLUSIVE PROOF ON THEIR WEBSITE THAT THE DTAP VACCINE CAN CAUSE AUTISM. … A VACCINE MANUFACTURER ADMITS ON ITS PACKAGE INSERT THAT THEIR VACCINATION CAN CAUSE AUTISM AS ONE OF MANY ADVERSE REACTIONS"
And then they print the insert, hoping that you are either not fluent in English or that you are so rabidly anti-vaccination that the headline is sufficient to get your head nodding and your fingers re-tweeting. For those of us who can read and understand the written word, here is the InShapetoday screenshot.
Evidently, InShapetoday’s blue underline person ran out of ink because it was not able to highlight the rest of the statement in the red box (courtesy of this author). This is not an admission; it is a legally mandated requirement to report possible adverse effects. There remains no causal link. Or any other link.
I did find one truth on their website, under legal disclaimers
All information, data and material contained, presented, or provided on Inshapetoday.com is for awareness purposes only. It is not to be construed or intended as providing medical or legal advice. Decisions you make about your family’s healthcare are important and should be made in consultation with a competent medical professional. We are not physicians and do not claim to be. Any views expressed here-in are not necessarily those held by inshapetoday.com
It does not promote awareness; it is not entertainment. Inshapetoday.com owners may not even believe what they print. Or care. Pathetic.