CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — One group continues to correlate vaccinations with a rise in children with Autism despite research which says the two aren't related.
Monday, a group called "Vaxxed" arrived in Chattanooga.
The group has been traveling around the country since April spreading their message.
The goal of Vaxxed and it's members are to tell people about, what they say, are the dangers of vaccinations.
The group says it's data shows that one out of every 2 children born by 2032 will have Autism.
However, studies by the CDC and Institute of Medicine show that's not the case.
You can read the complete report from the CDC on their findings at the link here.
You can learn more about the movie "Vaxxed" here.