Jenny McCarthy, Dr. Jerry Kartzinel and J.B. Handley, co-founder of Generation Rescue, join The Doctors to discuss the causes of autism. Are vaccines to blame? Watch the second part of the heated debate.
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J.B. Handley: We are so frustrated by not being heard, we are so tired of not being heard and we are so tired of hearing doctors like the second doctor there who says it's been proven that vaccines and autism are unrelated. It's simply untrue and it's maddening as a parent to know the truth. It's maddening as a doctor to take this phone calls, it's maddening to take all the calls. Travis Stork: But you don't know the truth. The point of this whole debate and the talking about autism, we don't know all the things that are going on in our environment. There are environmental toxics out there, there are things in our food and there are so many possible things in our universe that could be making autism symptoms worse. Jenny: Yeah. We agree with that. Travis Stork: And to say that you have the truth and 99.9% of pediatricians, don't; it's just -- let's find the common ground here where we all work towards solutions. Vaccines have been studied and let's continue to study vaccines. Let's study. Jim Sears: Exactly. They've been so looked that scrutinized. That's the one, if all the things out there. It could be. Drew Ordon: Two of 36 shots. Jim Sears: They've been looked at so carefully. Jennie: Two of 36 shots. Jim Sears: Two of 36 shots -- J.B. Handley: You have to be honest about the science, we're just asking for people be honest about what's actually been done. We know with certainty that vaccines cause brain injury in a certain percentage of children. We paid out in vaccine import, it's on the website. We know with certainty and it maybe one of the reason that I'm angry and I'm definitely angry, and I apologize if I cross the line with you personally but when you take a phone call from the parents who go to the vaccine visit, who get six shots, who lose their kid because they stop coming to the pediatricians. Travis Stork: But there is a tremendous increase in Autism. There is no question about that. There is a tremendous increase in other illnesses as well. Let's have an open discussion, that's why we have Jenny here today.

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