A prestigious British medical publication һаѕ taken a dramatic step οf retracting a study іt published years ago, wһісһ ѕаіԁ tһаt autism сουƖԁ bе caused bу vaccines. Dr. Jon lapook һаѕ tһе ѕtοrу.

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7 Responses to “Autism Study Flawed”
  1. Bopkasen says:

    Remember, if a cigerette company can pay a scientist that cigerette is not harmful, so can a vaccine companies pay scientists to prove that there is no harm for injection.

  2. scifiwritir says:

    Anyone who thinks Wakefield’s comment on vaccines and autism is unbiased need to research and track the money. My son was perfectly fine. Then he got his vaccine. Bingo, he became autistic. And has suffered for many years. Still I so wish we in the autism community could get it all together. The war between the vaccine/anti-vaccine camp and the war between the genetic and environmental camp is so extreme sometimes! It’s like a religious war. We should be working together whatever our beliefs.

  3. Squirelbutt says:

    There was an increase in measles and mumps? Id like to see that data? Just saying there was an increase without verification doesnt make that credible either.

  4. mjr256 says:

    Wakefield is a disgrace to the medical profession and a criminal. The man deserves to be in prison. Anyone who defends this child abuser and propagandist should be ashamed of themselves.

  5. bigvic22sti says:

    What happened was that the first lie stop producing money… So they came up with another lie.

  6. laquotes says:

    you don’t know that.

  7. sadmaniskillingyou says:

    vaccines gave me autism

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