BMJ: Retract Fraudulent Write-Up
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In 2011, the British Medical Journal published a special series authored by Brian Deer titled "How the case against the MMR vaccine was fixed." In the piece, Deer makes claims of fraud and data manipulation against Andrew Wakefield in his 1998 Lancet paper, "Ileal-lymphoid-nodular hyperplasia, non-specific colitis, and pervasive developmental disorder in children." The cornerstone of the claim of fraud made against Wakefield relates to 'Patient 11' and the timing of his vaccination and onset of autism.
A letter from the father of 'Patient 11' has come to light which proves Wakefield did not alter the data as claimed by Deer. In addition, this letter proves that 'Patient 11' was not selected by solicitors, but rather through a request made by the father. You can see this explosive document at www.patient11.com.
In light of these new facts proving inaccuracies, we are demanding the British Medical Journal retract its 2011 special series written by Mr. Deer.
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