Andrew Wakefield is an academic gastroenterologist. He received his medical degree from St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School (part of the University of London) in 1981, and pursued a career in gastrointestinal surgery with a particular interest in inflammatory bowel disease. He has published over 130 original scientific articles, book chapters, and invited scientific commentaries.
Self-healing expert and educator Dr. Fabrizio Mancini joined Lisa Garr for a discussion on how your body has a built-in capacity to heal itself. Followed in the second half by Dr. Andrew Wakefield, who controversially linked autism to vaccines, and producer/director Del Bigtree,...More »
Various experts who have been on the front lines of the fight over vaccination discussed the medical and ethical arguments both for and against the use of vaccination, and the legal and medical implications of mandatory inoculations for all. Appearing in individual half-hour...More »
Mary Holland, a research scholar at NYU School of Law, discussed issues related to vaccination, health, and human rights. In the book Vaccine Epidemic, which she co-edited with Louise Kuo Habakus, they feature a variety of experts from such fields as ethics, science, medicine,...More »
In the first half of the show, author of one of the most controversial clinical papers in modern medical history, Dr. Andrew Wakefield told the story of how he linked autism to vaccines. In the latter half of the show, meteorologist and talk show host Brian Sussman talked...More »