Hippocrates Would Puke: Doctor Hoaxed Parents into Denying Kids Vaccine

Published February 6, 2010 in New York Daily News

British physician Dr. Andrew Wakefield has been branded a primary instigator of the mania that drove parents to avoid having their children undergo routine immunizations for fear that inoculations could produce autism. It was Wakefield’s article, published in 1998 in the premier British medical journal, The Lancet, that gave authority to the proposition that combined inoculations for measles, mumps and rubella were connected to childhood autism.


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