On February 28, 1998 disgraced doctor Andrew Wakefield - then a gastroenterologist and researcher at the Royal Free Hospital in London - published a paper in The Lancet with 12 other authors.
Click here to go to our GDPR-compliant signup form. Worldwide last year, measles cases soared in Europe, according to the WHO. Stepping out: There are ambitions to wipe out measles from the planet, but that will not be possible while confidence in the immunisation programmes is undermined. In contrast, 16 percent of those who do not think that they know more than medical professionals felt the same way.
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But he was not a public figure. Trump and Kim Take 2: Asked if he was seeking to seize on the issue in the US because he had been disgraced in Britain, Wakefield, said: Pervert pensioner, 67, was caught with a string of 'upskirting' videos when he put his phone in a shopping... The alternative approach to healthcare mixes conventional science with holistic medicine and alternative therapies 'to heal the body, mind and spirit', according to its exponents.
Target of a suicide bombing claimed by Isis, a military vehicle from a US-Kurdish convoy burns at the roadside in Syria's northeastern Hasakeh province. Expert Database Find experts with knowledge in: In the US, Wakefield has been directly accused over an outbreak of measles in Minnesota last year in which 79 people were infected, the vast majority children under the age of the 10.
However, the possibility of such a link was raised,' the scientists said in the retraction. Tech culture. Separated from Carmel, the wife who was staunchly at his side throughout the UK debacle, he is now dating Elle Macpherson, a supermodel with her own nutrition brand.
Asked about his meeting with Trump, Wakefield said: He said: Do I believe vaccines cause autism? She told InStyle: Demonstrators hold a huge banner reading 'Madrid's taxi demands that the law has to be enforced' as drivers protest outside IFEMA Convention and Congress Center, against the regulation of ride-hailing and car-sharing services such as Uber and Cabify.
One possibility is that attitudes about medical experts help to explain the endorsement of anti-vax attitudes. Do I believe vaccines cause autism?