|Posted on November 5, 2017 at 10:35 AM|
Recent peer-reviewed studies, published within the past three years, suggest the possibility that vaccines are causing a greater degree of neurodevelopmental and immune disorders than is generally appreciated. Peer review is the process by which manuscripts submitted for publication or abstracts submitted for presentation at scientific meetings are judged for scientific and technical merit by other scientists in the same field. As such, the peer-review process confers acceptability from peers and is assumed to be the arbiter of fairness and objectivity. Despite its peer-reviewed status, this information tends to be ignored by those promoting vaccines.
Carol Stott (PhD, MSc [Epidemiology], CSci, CPsychol), and Andrew Wakefield (MB, BS, FRCS, FRCPath)
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