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Will autism fraud report be a vaccine booster?
USA Today

This week more shame was heaped upon the discredited British researcher whose work gave rise to the childhood-vaccines-cause-autism movement, as a prominent medical journal published a report that the man had faked his data. But will it make a difference? Some believe the latest news will finally destroy the reputation of researcher Andrew Wakefield and put an end to the claim of scientific underpinnings for the anti-vaccine movement. “We hope that declaring the paper a fraud will close that door for good,” wrote the journal BMJ this week, in an editorial accompanying the report.

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