January 13, 2011

Medical Establishment Defended Autism Scientist

Brian Deer, Guardian


Guardian

"Just hours ago," announced CNN's Anderson Cooper from New York last Wednesday, "the British Medical Journal – BMJ – did something extremely rare for a scientific journal. It accused a researcher, Andrew Wakefield, of outright fraud."

The occasion for this judgment was a BMJ editorial, backing the first report in a series by me. Following some two dozen of my MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccine stories in Read Full Article ››


TAGGED: Scientific Fraud, Scientific Journals, Vaccines, Autism

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