Vaccinations of U.S. children declined after publication of a now-refuted autism risk: study

Jun 4, 2012 Full story: PhysOrg Weblog

New University of Cincinnati research has found that fewer parents in the United States vaccinated their children in the wake of concerns about a purported link between the MMR vaccine and autism.

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#1 Jun 4, 2012
More evidence of the damage Wakefield did on a discredited study.

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#3 Jun 4, 2012
Walker-Smith has nothing to do with Wakefield, other than he claimed having no clue what Wakefield was up to. Wakefield was the lead author. Walker-Smith wasn't.

Seems Wakefield even damages his own co-workers.

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#5 Jun 4, 2012
Wrong again. Only anti vaxxers have selective reading and only state half truths and even at that, make more into it than it is.
The rest of us read the court records and call what you try and make others believe: wishful thinking.

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