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Since the release of the 1998 paper in The Lancet, which suggested the possibility of a link between a novel form of bowel disease, autism, and the MMR vaccine, one of the report's co-authors, Dr. Andrew Wakefield has been the subject of great controversy and defamation. Here, Wakefield addresses the allegations of fraud, conflict of interest, and medical misconduct that have been leveled against him. Read the transcript here: http://vaxxedthemovie.com/dr-andrew-wakefield-deals-with-allegations/
The assertion that vaccines cause autism was first made in 1998, when British surgeon Andrew Wakefield and eleven other co-authors published a paper for the peer-reviewed medical journal, The Lancet. Within, Wakefield asserted there is a strong correlation between the MMR vaccine and autism, and suggested that parents avoid the MMR vaccine as a protective measure. Naturally, this caused major concern among scientists and the general public alike, and it lead to many enormous studies being conducted with the aim of confirming Wakefield’s findings – but none of them did. Not one – zero. No matter the number of children studied, the methodology used, the location of the study, or the agenda of the authors, not a single study verified Wakefield’s finding, and this resulted in his paper being ...
On August 30, Activist Post reporter Derrick Broze attended a screening of "Vaxxed: From Controversy to Cover-Up". Broze was able to speak with the film's director, Dr. Andrew Wakefield. Wakefield was an author on one of the first studies to associate autism with vaccinations. Wakefield's study was later said to be discredited.
Andrew Wakefield, gets owned by your favorite newscaster and mine, Anderson Cooper, for his fraudulent study linking autism and vaccines. This guy certainly couldn't be lambasted enough in my opinion... (2 of 2): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hx7phe3Djqk This video is uploaded without permission. If the owner of the copyright would like it removed, please feel free to let me know.
Wow. If you've been entertaining any thoughts about Dr. Wakefield's credibility, or the validity of his findings with regard to autism and vaccines... listen to this presentation. There is no doubt this man cares about his work, his patients, and has the best interests of the public at heart. In addition, he's a great speaker and very intelligent. I think you'll be impressed. Great talk!
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http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2012/01/24/new-evidence-refutes-fraud-findings-in-dr-wakefield-case.aspx Natural health expert Dr. Joseph Mercola and Dr. Andrew Wakefield talks about autism, childhood vaccine safety, and his controversial MMR study.
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Młodzi rodzice, którzy po raz pierwszy udają się na wizytę kontrolną do pediatry i zadają pytanie odnośnie bezpieczeństwa szczepień i ich związku z autyzmem - najczęściej usłyszą odpowiedź w stylu: "Był kiedyś taki doktor w Anglii, który sugerował ten związek, ale to był oszust i odebrano mu prawo do wykonywania zawodu"... Cóż, ten doktor to Andrew Wakefield (większość z nich nawet nie wie, jak on ma na imię) Może więc warto posłuchać, co on ma do powiedzenia na ten temat?
Drama about Dr Andrew Wakefield & the parents of vaccine injured children. Please COPY & SHARE before this video is removed. Recently Kathleen Yazbak recalled her involvement in the film: "Our family's autism journey has been challenging and humbling, like that of the many who have tread the same path. We were fortunate to have the ear of an amazing screenwriter [Tim Prager] who also dug deep with his own independent research of the situation and engaged countless others so this story could be told and the movie created. It is our hope that parents and grandparents try to make a difference in the dialogue about autism." When it was first screened the British radical investigative journalist, Paul Foot, wrote in the Guardian: "Last week's Channel Five programme Hear the Silence about t...
This is the full version of Brian Deer's November 2004 film on Andrew Wakefield, "MMR: What they didn't tell you." The award-winning investigation of Wakefield continued for another six years, leading to his erasure as a medical practitioner, and the retraction of research published in the Lancet in 1998 that, upon final scrutiny of the underlying clinical and pathological data, proved to be an elaborate fraud. "Many people have had articles in the Lancet," Deer commented afterwards. "I've had one out." Details of the investigation, with various links to documents and other evidence, can be found at http://briandeer.com/mmr/lancet-summary.htm
The infamous Wakefield study kickstarted the Autism Myth, but many studies have since shown that there is no link between the MMR Vaccine and autism. Find out how it all got started. Rishi is a pediatric infectious disease physician and works at Khan Academy. More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=u6gpw_Deth8 These videos do not provide medical advice and are for informational purposes only. The videos are not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or seen in any Khan Academy video.