Autism-vaccine study was 'fraud,' jou...

Autism-vaccine study was 'fraud,' journal says

There are 2 comments on the Canada.com story from Feb 2, 2011, titled Autism-vaccine study was 'fraud,' journal says. In it, Canada.com reports that:

British doctor Andrew Wakefield and his wife Carmel arriving at the General Medical Council in central London seen in this file photo.

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Raymond

Longueuil, Canada

#1 Feb 3, 2011
the only fraud here is BMJ and the media.

Andrew wakefield is scapegoat for these people to continue their vaccines sale.
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Flin Flon, Canada

#2 Apr 6, 2011
This is from 1998. Are we to believe there has been no new evidence since then? Its just going back to the Wakefield well because its all the perpetrators and their supporters have. They got mileage out of it, but if you keep going back to the well, it dries up, and thats already happening. Gives us something else vaxxers.

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