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New Research on MMR and Autism
Paul Shattock, director of the Autism Research Unit at the University of Sunderland, has conducted new research suggesting that some cases of autism may be related to the triple jab.

This research has not yet been subjected to peer review but Dr Shattock says that further work needs to be done.

You can listen to the interview conducted with Paul Shattock on the right or find further information from the links below:



LINKS
News Online in depth report on MMR
National Autistic Society
The Autism Research Unit
MRC Autism report
Q and A on Autism and MMR
JABS pressure group
Public Health Laboratory Service
Department of Health
Watchdog Healthcheck

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