The Not Quite Adventures of a Professional Archaeologist and Aspiring Curmudgeon

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Not Archaeology, but Important

So, in case you haven't heard, the British Medical Journal is doing something unusual, and producing journalism that pretty well shows that Andrew Wakefield's study that has been used to claim a link between vaccines and autism was not only done in an unethical manner, but was outright fraudulent.

Take a look.

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