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See VAXXED and Read Callous Disregard from Skyhorse Publishing

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If you aren't able to see the movie VAXXED just yet, you can learn about the MMR autism question that rocked the world by reading Callous Disregard by Dr. Andrew Wakefield, published by Skyhorse Publishing. 

Andrew Wakefield reveals the the inside story of the vaccine-autism connection, and his controversial research.

As Andrew Wakefield states in his prologue, “If autism does not affect your family now, it will. If something does not change—and change soon—this is almost a mathematical certainty. This book affects you also. It is not a parochial look at a trivial medical spat in the United Kingdom, but dispatches from the battlefront in a major confrontation—a struggle against compromise in medicine, corruption of science, and a real and present threat to children in the interests of policy and profit. It is a story of how ‘the system’ deals with dissent among its doctors and scientists.”

In the pursuit of possible links between childhood vaccines, intestinal inflammation, and neurologic injury in children, Wakefield lost his job in London’s Royal Free Hospital, his country of birth, his career, and his medical license. A recent General Medical Council ruling stated that he was “dishonest, irresponsible and showed callous disregard for the distress and pain of children.” Maligned by the medical establishment and mainstream media, Wakefield endeavors to set the record straight in Callous Disregard. While explaining what really happened, he calls out the organizations and individuals that are acting not for the sake of children affected by autism, but in their own self-interests.



@ Gary Ogden, Bob Moffitt

That's a good question. I bought a copy of the book at Austin's Brave New Bookstore but it didn't come from there. It arrived in the mail (2 of them) with a request to send an image of one on the car, which I did. I wish I could remember. Best guess: they came as a perq for a donaton I made somewhere along the line.

Between the two of them (different cars) they've lasted at least 6 or 7 years. Just took the chewing gum off with a solvent today and the sticker is as good as new. :)

Gary Ogden

Where does one get the bumper sticker? Callous Disregard is a fine read, as first-rate as its author. Moral courage is a rare quality in humans. Dr. Wakefield has it. I have a difficult time thinking of anyone I admire and appreciate as much.

Bob Moffit

@ Rae

I, too, have a "Callous Disregard - I support Dr. Wakefield' on my bumper .. my car was new in 2007 .. and .. I suspect the bumper was added no later than 2009. 7 years .. not bad.

No one has vandalized it .. and .. I wish my "metallic" ribbons supporting Autism had lasted as long.


I have a "Callous Disregard - I Support Dr. Wakefield" bumper sticker on my car (in Austin). It has been vandalized twice.

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