Last edited by Maker; 16-06-2012 at 12:03.
the Daily Mail has form for being anti vaccines anyway so it's not a surprise. And as usual with the rule of paragraph 19, they have this at the end of the story:
But then, since when has the DM been about responsible journalism? They much more enjoy stirring up a ****storm in their readership.
Most doctors continue to argue that this is merely coincidence and that no convincing mechanism to explain a link has been set out.
The Department of Health has insisted: ‘MMR remains the best protection against measles, mumps and rubella. It is recognised by the World Health Organisation as having an outstanding safety record and there is a wealth of evidence showing children who receive the MMR vaccine are no more at risk of autism than those who don’t.’
Last edited by moonkatt; 16-06-2012 at 12:24.