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- The Times 10th October 2015
Posted by Tracey Brown on 16 May 2016
This is an article published by the Observer on 15th May. You can read the full piece here.
Corporate funding of multiple vaccine research was “exposed” again recently. This time it was in the latest round of MMR-causes-autism allegations, which we exported to the US. We’ve seen the same “exposés” in the UK, on fracking, on genetically modified plants and on sugar. Last year, some of the best-regarded nutrition researchers were taken out and given a public beating when it was revealed that the food industry funds research in their institutes.