From: Peter Parry on
Andrew Wakefield has today been struck off the medical register for
serious professional misconduct . The GMC said he acted in a way that
was dishonest, misleading and irresponsible and that there were
"multiple separate instances of serious professional misconduct".

From: David on
Peter Parry wrote:
> Andrew Wakefield has today been struck off the medical register for
> serious professional misconduct . The GMC said he acted in a way that
> was dishonest, misleading and irresponsible and that there were
> "multiple separate instances of serious professional misconduct".
>
Since the profit takers have struck him, You think that it means that
he was wrong. You missed the part where they say it was not for the
science behind his work. But you and those like you do not care for real
science do you? Why do you hate everyone?
From: David on
Bob Officer wrote:
> On Mon, 24 May 2010 10:58:00 +0100, in misc.health.alternative, Peter
> Parry <peter(a)wpp.ltd.uk> wrote:
>
>> Andrew Wakefield has today been struck off the medical register for
>> serious professional misconduct . The GMC said he acted in a way that
>> was dishonest, misleading and irresponsible and that there were
>> "multiple separate instances of serious professional misconduct".
>
> So can he still act as a 'consultant' like he was doing on some cases
> here in the US? Or is he barred from giving any medical advice.
>
>
As you should be.
From: Peter Parry on
On Mon, 24 May 2010 08:12:55 -0500, David <me(a)gmail.com> wrote:

>Peter Parry wrote:
>> Andrew Wakefield has today been struck off the medical register for
>> serious professional misconduct . The GMC said he acted in a way that
>> was dishonest, misleading and irresponsible and that there were
>> "multiple separate instances of serious professional misconduct".
>>
> Since the profit takers have struck him, You think that it means that
>he was wrong.

There is no question whatsoever that he was wrong both in his
behaviour (the cause of the GMC case) and his science such as it was.
His autism/MMR hypothesis depended entirely upon the finding of
measles vaccine virus in the gut of the children. It is beyond doubt
that he did not find any measles virus. The results of the tests
carried out at Unigenetics, upon which he relied, have been proven to
be wrong and caused by poor working practice and contamination.
From: Mark Probert-Drew on
On May 24, 7:35 am, Bob Officer <boboffic...(a)127.0.0.7> wrote:
> On Mon, 24 May 2010 10:58:00 +0100, in misc.health.alternative, Peter
>
> Parry <pe...(a)wpp.ltd.uk> wrote:
> >Andrew Wakefield has today been struck off the medical register for
> >serious professional misconduct .  The GMC said he acted in a way that
> >was dishonest, misleading and irresponsible and that there were
> >"multiple separate instances of serious professional misconduct".
>
> So can he still act as a 'consultant' like he was doing on some cases
> here in the US? Or is he barred from giving any medical advice.

He can act as a consultant, but will be nuked on cross examination.