|Jan 06 2011|
I read some fantastic news today, the infamous study on the link between the MMR vaccine and autism has finally been dealt the last blow.
In 1998, AndrewWakefield wrote a study on the link between the MMR vaccine to an increased risk of autism. Since then, it has a started an endless debate. It has caused countless infants to be left unvaccinated and unprotected from many preventable diseases over the fear of vaccines causing autisms. Now, 10 of Wakefield’s co-authors retracted the study and Wakefield’s license to practice medicine has been revoked.
I am glad to see the study to be completely refuted and Alan Wakefield’s medical license completely revoked. I have seen many parents refusing to vaccinate their children. Despite so much scientific evidence suggesting no such link with autism exists. Hopefully now, more parents will vaccinate their kids before it’s too late.
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