DTaP (Tripedia) lists autism as a side effect in their package insert

In the package insert for Tripedia, a DTaP vaccination, autism is listed under possible adverse events.  This is a breakthrough, in my opinion; while all the vaccine manufacturers keep touting the safety of vaccines and “there is no link”, the Sanofi Pasteur Pharmaceuticals has listed the real consequences.  All symptoms for autism are listed as side effects for the other DTaP manufacturers, on their respective inserts, but this is without blatantly listing the word.  Here is the link to the FDA website, where the package insert is listed.  Simply type “autism” into the “Find” or go to page 11, towards the top of the page.  You will also find “SIDS” as a listed adverse event, as well.

Would you be more or less likely to choose Tripedia over the other (sole) DTaP vaccines for your child (Daptacel by Sanofi Pasteur or Infanrix by GlaxoSmithKline)?  Or would you choose a vaccine with even more vaccine strains?  TriHiBit by Sanofi Pasteur which includes Hib, or Pediarix by GlaxoSmithKline which includes HepB and Polio, or Pentacel by Sanofi Pasteur which includes Hib, HepB, and Polio?

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