The idea that vaccines cause autism received yet another blow this week, with a new article in the British Journal of Medicine declaring the 1998 study by Andrew Wakefield, which originally found an autism-vaccine link, an “elaborate fraud.”
MyHealthNewsDaily brings you a play-by-play look at the events that have unfolded over the years since the study that ignited the controversy.
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