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Old March 3rd 04, 02:03 PM
Mark Probert-March 2, 2004
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Default Common sense beginning to win



http://www.manchesteronline.co.uk/ne...ory=82818.html

Parents urge more autism research

Scientists and parents called today for more research into the causes of
autism, which has been overshadowed by the debate over the controversial MMR
vaccine.

A report - Mapping Autism Research - highlights a lack of research into the
causes of the condition and successful interventions and funding for such
studies compared to other countries.

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Just another example of the evil perpetrated by Wakefield....


 




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