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The Facts In The Case Of Dr. Andrew Wakefield
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A fifteen page story about the MMR vaccination controversy. As ever, I'm sure a few spelling errors have slipped past me. Feel free to point any out so I can correct them.

The reference links for the strip are in the next blog entry.

Now! Let's have a heated debate!

2013 update. Since I wrote this blog entry, this cartoon strip as well as many others on such subjects as homeopathy, chiropratic, evolution, and the supposed NASA Moon hoax landings, have been published in a book: Science Tales in the UK (Myriad Edtions) and How To Fake A Moon Landing in the US and Canada (Abrams). Here's the link to my main blog.

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There was some inconsistency... First was said that Wakefield claimed that three-shot vaccines were safer, then that Wakefield had a patent for a single-shot vaccine which he considered safer. I'm all for vaccination, but details like this really bug me. Inconsistencies like this one may give ground to questioning the authors knowledge on the subject, thus questioning the claims themselves. Just sayin'... :)

This is not an inconsistency. The three-shot vaccine refers to the idea of giving three separate vaccine shots - one for measles, one for mumps, and one for rubella. MMR is a vaccine that contains all three. What the doc wanted to patent was his own single shot vaccine solely for measles.

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