Britain bans doctor who linked autism...

Britain bans doctor who linked autism to vaccine

There are 6 comments on the WTXL story from May 24, 2010, titled Britain bans doctor who linked autism to vaccine. In it, WTXL reports that:

The doctor whose research linking autism and the vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella influenced millions of parents to refuse the shot for their children was banned Monday from practicing medicine in his native Britain.

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raymond

Canada

#1 May 24, 2010
Wakefield does not need a medical liscence to practice. He has already established the fact that autism and vaccines are fraternal brothers. They are directly link to each other.

GMC has tried to discredit Wakefield, inorder to discredit the autism -vaccine link. But with no success, since more people and parents are questionning the safety and efficacy of vaccines, forget the sideeffects, autism one of them. H1N1 panademic was one great example. Even with fear of death, many opted out leaving behind millions of doses on the shelves. Manufactuers did not care since they are already paid for.

At the end, Wakefield is hero to many and many parents since he touched a subject Autism-Vaccine connection where no man-doctor has ever gone before.

His research will not die, since with generous fonds from people who believe in him, he can pursue and finish with a slap at GMC and all other health agencies and watchdogs being Pharma puppets.

Since: Jan 07

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#2 May 24, 2010
He sure does need a license to practice, of which he had one in the UK, he doesn't in the USA but no need for you to worry about that being in Canada!
NObamarama

East Stroudsburg, PA

#3 May 25, 2010
Wrong raybone, he does need a medical license to practice, only a loon like you would go to a physician without a license to practice medicine.

"He has already established the fact that autism and vaccines are fraternal brothers. They are directly link to each other."

Where was this link made? In the paper that he wrote that was retracted by Lancet because he falsified the publication while maintaining significant conflicts of interest? The paper retracted by the authors? He even stated himself, "We did not prove an association between measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine and the syndrome described." Post your sources to substantiate your baseless assertions. You can't because you've got nothing but your greedy, baseless and biased opinions.

"GMC has tried to discredit Wakefield, inorder to discredit the autism -vaccine link."

He disgraced himself by falsifying his publication. On January 28, 2010, a five-member statutory tribunal of the GMC found some three dozen charges proved, including four counts of dishonesty and 12 involving the abuse of developmentally-challenged children. The panel ruled that Wakefield had "failed in his duties as a responsible consultant", acted against the interests of his patients, and acted "dishonestly and irresponsibly" in his controversial research.

"At the end, Wakefield is hero" Only a zero like you would worship a disgraced scientist as a hero. He is a proven quack, his theories are based on lies, and he was motivated by money much like you and the rest of your anti-vaccine cronies. You are simply looking for a big payday. Isn't going to happen raybone.

There are millions upon millions of people vaccinated without incident. raybone et al cling to junk science, propaganda websites, ignore the truth because they are looking for one thing and one thing only and that is money. They lust for money and put the public's health at risk at the same time. These people are slugs that need to crawl back under their rocks.

You got nothing but sh!t raybone!
raymond wrote:
Wakefield does not need a medical liscence to practice. He has already established the fact that autism and vaccines are fraternal brothers. They are directly link to each other.
GMC has tried to discredit Wakefield, inorder to discredit the autism -vaccine link. But with no success, since more people and parents are questionning the safety and efficacy of vaccines, forget the sideeffects, autism one of them. H1N1 panademic was one great example. Even with fear of death, many opted out leaving behind millions of doses on the shelves. Manufactuers did not care since they are already paid for.
At the end, Wakefield is hero to many and many parents since he touched a subject Autism-Vaccine connection where no man-doctor has ever gone before.
His research will not die, since with generous fonds from people who believe in him, he can pursue and finish with a slap at GMC and all other health agencies and watchdogs being Pharma puppets.

Since: May 10

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#4 May 25, 2010
He should just move to another country.

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#5 May 25, 2010
He who move to another country? Wakefield or Raymomd?? As for Wakefield, maybe the USA wont renew is Visa. He'll be running to the Mexican border next. The language barrier wont matter much, anyone can spot a liar when they hear one no matter what language he speaks.
FBOMBER

Montréal, Canada

#6 Oct 30, 2011

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