"Hidden records show MMR truths" Yesterday at 5:09pmA new investigation by the British General Medical Council (GMC) shows that Dr. Andrew Wakefield, the first doctor to suggest that the MMR vaccine may cause autism 1998, manipulated and hid data regarding the children he tested. The release of the children’s medical records show that Dr. Wakefield hid the fact that some of the children had exhibited signs of autism prior to receiving the MMR. The fallout from this study has caused immunization rates in the UK to plummet from 92% to 80% at the peak of Britain’s alarm. Dr. Wakefield may have his medical license revoked, pending the GMC’s decision. If you’d like to read the whole story in the Sunday Times, please visit: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/health/article5683643.ece Hidden records show MMR truth - Times Online Source: www.timesonline.co.u... On a Monday morning in February 1997, a taxi left the Royal Free hospital, in Hampstead , northwest London. It turned out of the car park and headed to the renowned Institute of Cancer Research, six miles southwest in Fulham. ShareYou have opted out of receiving updates from Vaccinate Your Baby. You can edit your settings for Updates to sign up again.Dr. Paul Offit's piece in the Huffington Post Friday, January 23, 2009 at 2:04pmCheck out yesterday’s “Living” section in the Huffington Post. Dr. Paul Offit penned a column entitled “Don’t Risk Going Unvaccinated” which underlines the importance of protecting yourself and your community from infectious diseases such as measles and whooping cough. Dr. Offit deconstructs recent scientific findings about unvaccinated communities and the spread of disease, explaining them in layman’s terms, while also adding his own forecast on this trend. To read the entire piece, click here (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-a-offit-md/dont-risk-going-unvaccina_b_160018.html) Paul A. Offit, MD: Don't Risk Going Unvaccinated Source: www.huffingtonpost.com Don't Risk Going Unvaccinated - The Huffington Post ShareYou have opted out of receiving updates from Vaccinate Your Baby. You can edit your settings for Updates to sign up again.Alison Tepper-Singer Resigns from Autism Speaks Thursday, January 22, 2009 at 11:24amMany of you may be familiar with Autism Speaks, one of the nation’s leading autism advocacy groups. Last week, Alison Tepper-Singer, Autism Speaks’ executive vice president of communications, resigned over a difference of opinion on the organization’s policy on autism research, which has left open the idea that vaccines cause autism. Singer said that, “Dozens of credible scientific studies have exonerated vaccines as a cause of autism. I believe we must devote limited funding to more promising areas of autism research.” A full interview with Ms. Singer has been posted on Newsweek's site, which can be found here: http://www.newsweek.com/id/179998/page/1 More Turmoil Over Vaccines and Autism | Newsweek Health Source: www.newsweek.com A top exec quits a major autism group because she doesn't think vaccines cause the disorder. ShareYou have opted out of receiving updates from Vaccinate Your Baby. You can edit your settings for Updates to sign up again.The New York Times Features “Resistance To the Antivaccine Crusade” Tuesday, January 13, 2009 at 12:23pmIf you haven’t seen it, you should check out today’s Science section of the New York Times. Science and health reporter Donald McNeil, Jr. writes about Dr. Paul Offit’s new book Autism’s False Prophets. McNeil interviewed public health officials and top experts in both the vaccine and autism communities, including Acting Surgeon General Dr. Steven Galson and Drs. Nancy Minshew, Peter Hotez and Gregory Poland. According to McNeil, Dr. Galson “issued a statement saying that ‘childhood immunizations are one of the greatest achievements of all time’ and that ‘scientific evidence clearly shows that vaccines do not contribute to autism.’ ” To read the entire article, please visit the New York Times Web site: http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/13/health/13auti.html?_r=3&ref=science If you’re interested in learning more about Dr. Offit’s book, please visit our page on Autism’s False Prophets: http://www.vaccinateyourbaby.org/news/releases/2008/080909_autism_myths.cfm Thanks for your continued support! You have opted out of receiving updates from Vaccinate Your Baby. You can edit your settings for Updates to sign up again.Did you see last night's episode of Private Practice? Friday, January 9, 2009 at 2:30pmDid you happen to catch last night’s episode of Private Practice? The show, about a Wellness Center in Los Angeles, featured a storyline about vaccines and autism last night. The episode featured a parent of an autistic child who refused to vaccinate her other children. When one of her unvaccinated children contracts measles, the practice has to go on lockdown. The unvaccinated child with measles ultimately dies and a doctor administers the mother’s third son the MMR. The doctors emphasized throughout the show the importance of vaccinating children. To watch the episode for free online, check out ABC’s web site here: http://abc.go.com/primetime/privatepractice/index?pn=index. Private Practice - Home - ABC.com Source: abc.go.com RadioHeard a song on the show that you can't wait to hear again? Groove to the sounds that make Private Practice episodes so memorable. Share

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Feb. 11, 2009 at 11:16 PM

You should check out the new developments today...they have found the reporter who wrote this story has been out to get Wakefield for years and may have made a great deal of this up HIMSELF. 

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