The Danger in Denying Science
Published September 6, 2018
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    Back in 1998, a British doctor by the name of Andrew Wakefield published a study suggesting that he and his colleagues may have found the cause of Autism. They had linked the Measles Mumps and Rubella vaccine to the rise of the Autism Spectrum Disorder. After discovering this breakthrough, Wakefield had his findings published and spread the knowledge of the risks of vaccines! Was he right? Did he miss something?

     

     

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