ExpertsThe Greek Chorus Telegraph
[2012 Feb] The Walker-Smith Appeal, the British Media and the Boseley Problem By John Stone The almost unavoidable conclusion is that large sections of the British media have always known that the “Wakefield” prosecution was based on an imposture, and have been holding their silence in contempt of fair reporting and of the public at large, and that these people are much more concerned about their own backs than they are about our children.
The Media Winter 2010 flu vaccine drive
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[2010 Dec 23] Flu surge alarms doctors as virus hits children
[2010 Dec 23] Flu death toll rises to 27
[2010 Dec 21] Swine flu: top doctor warns of crisis as few have H1N1 jab
[2010 Jan] From the Lancet to the GMC: how Dr Andrew Wakefield fell from grace
[2010 Jan] Andrew Wakefield found 'irresponsible' by GMC over MMR vaccine scare by Sarah Boseley
 Scientists rule out vaccine health risk by Sarah Boseley The theory that autism and bowel diseases could be caused by childhood vaccinations against measles, mumps and rubella was officially demolished yesterday with the publication of two studies commissioned by the department of health.
MJA AWARDS 2004
(L to R) Jeremy Laurance, The Independent;
Jenny Hope, Daily Mail; Sarah Boseley, The Guardian; Gill Markham, Corporate
Affairs Director, Wyeth; Dr Phil Hammond.
Writer and broadcaster Dr Phil
Hammond presented the MJA
Awards at a ceremony at the Royal College of General Practitioners on July 7th.
Pharmaceutical company Boehringer Ingelheim sponsored this year's presentation ceremony and the Freelance Journalist of the Year and the Medical Charity categories. The Medical Journalist of the Year and Medical Publication awards were sponsored by Pfizer UK. The Health Journalist of the Year was sponsored by Wyeth. http://www.mja-uk.org