Tag Archives: Brian Deer

Catch-up

Life has been hectic lately and I haven’t been able to blog as much as I wanted. I’m back now, and so I’m going to play a bit of catch-up. Andrew Wakefield’s lawsuit against Brian Deer and the British Medical … Continue reading

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An update on the Wakefield libel suit against Brian Deer

I blogged about Andrew Wakefield suing Brian Deer for libel in Texas, and Brian Deer filing an anti-SLAPP motion a few months ago. Since then, I’d heard nothing and was wondering if it would go ahead. I’ve now learnt that … Continue reading

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Brian Deer files anti-SLAPP motion in response to Wakefield’s lawsuit

I blogged earlier about Andrew Wakefield and his libel suit against Brian Deer. In my blogpost, I said that Wakefield was at risk of an anti-SLAPP action. Brian Deer has filed a response. As I expected, it’s an anti-SLAPP motion. … Continue reading

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John Walker-Smith Verdict and Sentence overturned

Last week, a court found that the finding of gross medical misconduct against Professor John Walker-Smith was incorrect. The verdict is here. In 1998, Andrew Wakefield had a “case study” published in The Lancet, a magazine for Medical Professionals. In … Continue reading

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A lawsuit and a Court Case

This is the first of two posts going up tonight. It involves a lawsuit and a Court Case. First, the lawsuit. Last year, Brian Deer had a series of articles published in the British Medical Journal about the activities of … Continue reading

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Chicken Pox lollipops, and Wakefield gets sunk even deeper

If you were on the iol website this past week, you probably saw this story about how some people were soliciting lollipops and other material infected with chicken pox to infect their children in a modern version of a “pox … Continue reading

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