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Does the MMR Vaccine Cause Autism?

By Michelle Goldstein / May 11, 2016

Does the MMR vaccine cause autism? This is the essential question that each parent should ponder prior to injecting their child with the MMR vaccination. The answer is largely divided between conventional medicine and the holistic community. Evidence supporting the claim that the MMR vaccine causes autism includes parental reports, court case verdicts, multiple research […]

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Why the Documentary Vaxxed is so Controversial and Important to Support

By Michelle Goldstein / April 27, 2016

Recently Dr. Andrew Wakefield directed the documentary Vaxxed to educate the public about autism in general, and more specifically to address the coverup of the 2004 research connecting the MMR vaccine to autism. Gastroenterologist Wakefield has become a champion for the autism community, which stands behind Wakefield’s dedication and work to help the growing numbers […]

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Doctor Andrew Wakefield: Hero or Quack?

By Michelle Goldstein / April 23, 2016

The answer to the question of whether Dr. Andrew Wakefield is a hero or an enemy to modern science depends largely on one’s perspective and training. Dr. Wakefield, a practicing British gastroenterologist, dared to publicly question the safety of the MMR vaccination in 1998. Wakefield observed that his pediatric gastroenterology patients suffered specific inflammatory bowel […]

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The Gloves Are On For Dr. Andrew Wakefield

By Laraine C. Abbey / January 27, 2012

The ‘gloves’ are on with Dr. Andrew Wakefield in one corner, and Brian Deer, the British Medical Journal (BMJ), and Dr. Fiona Godley in the other corner! Andrew Wakefield, as plaintiff is not about to take the destruction of his reputation lying down.

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Murdoch’s Vaccine World

By Catherine J. Frompovich / July 22, 2011

Everyone by now has heard about the phone tapping scandal that rocked both the British newspaper world and Rupert Murdoch’s business empire. But what needs to be spotlighted, I think, is the possible role that Murdoch’s London Times may have played in the professional evisceration of respected British gastroenterologist, Dr. Andrew Wakefield. William Newton did […]

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