Here's the best article I've found so far that actually dissects the research of an anti-immunization proponent
. For the sake of balance, here's her rebuttal
. It's hard to take the rebuttal very seriously since the style of it is so much less legitimate (I mean, who in the hell seriously reaches to the Greek etymological roots of the word pharmaceutical to question it?), but I don't know what more to expect from the 1997 winner of the Australian Skeptics Bent Spoon Award. "The Bent Spoon Award
is an award given by Australian Skeptics, 'presented to the perpetrator of the most preposterous piece of paranormal or pseudoscientific piffle.'"
It is difficult for me not to become outraged at the lies that are told and the blatantly dishonest manipulation of statistics in all the anti-immunization literature I've read to date (can't say all, since I haven't read it all and am getting sick of reading it
). I'm also getting sick of the word "research" being thrown around by people who don't seem to be able to understand how to approach a hypothesis