Published in Vaccine Weekly, October 22nd, 2003
Paul Bellaby of Salford University, writing in the British Medical Journal, considered the public perception of three risks to children: an insignificant risk (autism from vaccination), a real but probably small risk (variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease [vCJD] from bovine spongiform encephalopathy), and a real and demonstrably larger risk (injuries from road crashes).
Although injuries from road crashes carry by far the...
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