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on 3 May 2014
This is written more with the US situation in mind (where vaccines are legally mandated), so the situation is not the same as in the UK (there is no need to legislate here - social pressure works just as well). It is very important reading for parents. This is an enormous decision for the health of your children and the propaganda for big pharma does not lead to anything close to informed consent.
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on 20 June 2011
Great book, great to see a different perspective (from the legal side) on this issue. The previous reviewer should double-check the status of the members of the World Health Organisation that pass vaccine recomendations. many of them are paid by pharmaceutical companies and some even hold patents to vaccines. Dr Wakefield is a man of great courage who gave up his outstanding career because he refused to back away from the truth.
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on 8 February 2015
excellent book jam packed full of science and references and expert advice
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on 11 June 2015
This isn't even pseudo-science. Quoting outdated, debunked and retracted papers as proof just does not cut it.
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on 23 February 2015
I would give this book zero stars if that were possible. This was the first book I've ever returned to Amazon for a refund. The scientific inaccuracies and outright lies were too much to bear.
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on 2 June 2011
Please read about the authors and in what the studies are based.
I just google and here it is:

Claims of a connection between the MMR vaccine and autism were raised in a 1998 paper in The Lancet, a respected British medical journal.[11] Later investigation by Sunday Times journalist Brian Deer discovered the lead author of the article, Andrew Wakefield, had multiple undeclared conflicts of interest,[12] and had broken other ethical codes. The Lancet paper was later retracted, and Wakefield was found guilty by the General Medical Council of serious professional misconduct in May 2010, and was struck off the Medical Register, meaning he could no longer practise as a doctor in the UK.[13] The research was declared fraudulent in 2011 by the BMJ.[14] Scientific evidence provides no support for the hypothesis that MMR plays a role in causing autism.[15]

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