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statements cannot be dismissed easily. If his allegations can be confirmed, with the implication that the CDC organization had the objective of proving the MMR vaccine safe, then the credibility of any CDC in-house or sponsored vaccine study has to be questioned.
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Clinical Trial Violations Unreported
Charles Seife is a journalism Professor at New York University. He performed a study whose objectives were “to identify published clinical trials in which an FDA inspection found significant evidence of objectionable