Oops! 2011's Top Science Journal Retr...

Oops! 2011's Top Science Journal Retractions

There are 1 comment on the KSEE-TV Fresno story from Dec 26, 2011, titled Oops! 2011's Top Science Journal Retractions. In it, KSEE-TV Fresno reports that:

Bad science papers can have lasting effects. Consider the 1998 paper in the journal the Lancet that linked autism to the MMR vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella.

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LĂ©vis, Canada

#1 Dec 27, 2011
Bad science, Wakefield...
What about bad article, misinforming...

Bad vaccines causing autism, as simple as that. Ask all the parents whose children lost speech right after vaccination. To tell the truth Wakefield just confirmed the long suspected link.

Keep the vaccines for yourself, we do not need your immunity.

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