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... childhood vaccinations have centred on the health risks, and especially the possible link to autism
Mercury is one of the most toxic substances around, yet it has been used for 60 years as a preservat...
...evealed that Dr Andrew Wakefield, who put forward the theory that the MMR vaccine could cause autism, was at the time being funded by solicitors who were seeking evidence to use against the vacc...
...esearch from Columbia University bolsters his claims of a potential link between vaccines and autism
...the E-news bulletins will have followed the saga of the MMR vaccine and the potential link to autism
... E-news that suggested children who experience sudden head and brain growth are more prone to autism doesn't get the MMR vaccine off the hook, says one reader, a homoeopath
...o Dr Andrew Wakefield, whose research findings of a possible link between the MMR vaccine and autism have been discredited
Dentists in California are the first in the world who are legally obliged to display a warning about...
...) vaccine, uncomfortable new evidence keeps cropping up that continues to suggest a link with autism
...illoried in the London Sunday Times over his research into a link between the MMR vaccine and autism