|In 1993, a group of researchers led by Andrew Wakefield at the Royal Free Hospital, London, suggested an association between both wild and vaccine measles viruses and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), based on a small case series of children with Crohn's disease.1 In 1998, the same researchers reported another series of 12 children, and described an apparently new syndrome of an unusual type of IBD associated with|
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MMR, autism and inflammatory bowel disease: responding to patient concerns using an evidence-based framework
Med J Aust 2001; 175 (3): 127-128.
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