|Posted on November 5, 2017 at 11:00 AM|
The studies that are frequently referred to as indicating "no association between vaccines and autism" have, for the most part, been population-based, analytic, observational studies; almost all of them have reported "no association" and almost all of them are flawed. The reason they are flawed, however, is not that they are epidemiological. . . . The studies are flawed either because they have been badly designed or because they have not been designed with the right hypothesis in mind in the first place. Their aims, design, analytic procedures, and conclusions, singly or together, have been consistently inappropriate and in some instances, plain wrong.
Carol Stott (PhD, MSc [Epidemiology], CSci, CPsychol), and Andrew Wakefield (MB, BS, FRCS, FRCPath)
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