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Whose Fault is Fraud?

For years, anti-vaccination activists have used Andrew Wakefield's research to contend that vaccines cause autism. Now, Wakefield has been discredited and his original study, which was published in the Lancet in 1998, has been retracted and called a fraud by the British Medical Journal, which conducted its own investigation into Wakefield's work.

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