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Are the vaccines that were associated with autism made in the usa?
8 doctors weighed in

Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
6 doctors agree
In brief: There are none
Wakefield & associates in great britain falsified lab data & published an article suggesting a link of vaccines to autism.
The research has been debunked, he lost his license but gained big bucks from the lawyers he was working with.The fear generated by the hoax has led many parents to avoid vaccines & in increase in deaths to whooping cough & other vaccine prevented diseases.Sad but true.

In brief: There are none
Wakefield & associates in great britain falsified lab data & published an article suggesting a link of vaccines to autism.
The research has been debunked, he lost his license but gained big bucks from the lawyers he was working with.The fear generated by the hoax has led many parents to avoid vaccines & in increase in deaths to whooping cough & other vaccine prevented diseases.Sad but true.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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Dr. Glen Elliott
This has been thoroughly and repeatedly studied from many angles, all with the same conclusion: neither vaccines nor substances in them are the cause of autism.
Dr. John Leander Po
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Fraudulent link
Several studies have disproven the link, which was originally published in 1998 by dr. Andrew wakefield.
An investigation by the british medical journal (bmj) concluded that dr.Wakefield faked data and created an elaborate fraud, causing long-lasting damage to public health. In fact, the original study was eventually retracted in 2010, and dr. Wakefield lost his license.

In brief: Fraudulent link
Several studies have disproven the link, which was originally published in 1998 by dr. Andrew wakefield.
An investigation by the british medical journal (bmj) concluded that dr.Wakefield faked data and created an elaborate fraud, causing long-lasting damage to public health. In fact, the original study was eventually retracted in 2010, and dr. Wakefield lost his license.
Dr. John Leander Po
Dr. John Leander Po
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