Thursday, January 13, 2011

Fradulent Autism Vaccine Study Article in the NY Times

I have never held any stock in the belief that vaccines may cause autism, and I think it was a very wise thing England decided to do when they took Wakefield's license.

First, a person, but especially a doctor should not just make the claim that twelve children were normal until given the MMR shot, unless they know for a fact through extensive investigation that that is the absolute truth.

Obviously, Wakefield was just looking for a quick way to get his name in the books and did not do nearly enough research before publishing his paper because now all the glory goes to Deer for calling him out and bringing attention to the fact that his claims were actually false.

Autism Fraud

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