01/07/2011 // Greensboro, NC, USA // Personal Injury Lawyers News // Nicole Howley
The BMJ claims Dr. Andrew Wakefield misrepresented or altered the medical histories of all 12 of the patients whose cases formed the basis of the 1998 study, which linked vaccines to childhood autism. Some feel that Dr. Wakefield should face criminal charges. I still believe more studies need to be done to determine how vaccines really affect children; 12 children are not a big enough test pool to make such a huge determination. There’s no doubt vaccines do save people.
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