Dr. Andrew Wakefield Deals With Allegations

Published on May 13, 2016
Since the release of the 1998 paper in The Lancet, which suggested the possibility of a link between a novel form of bowel disease, autism, and the MMR vaccine, one of the report’s co-authors, Dr. Andrew Wakefield has been the subject of great controversy and defamation. Here, Wakefield addresses the allegations of fraud, conflict of interest, and medical misconduct that have been leveled against him.

Dr. Andrew Wakefield Deals With Allegations

4 thoughts on “Dr. Andrew Wakefield Deals With Allegations

  1. I think the most important point he makes is the younger the child receives the vaccine, the more lethal it is. When my daughter was young we didn’t give the MMR until a child turns 6. Now they want to give it at age 3 mos.

    It’s good to know the Cochrane Review supports his views on the inadequate safety studies on the MMR.

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