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Prevalence and incidence rates of autism in the UK: time trend from 2004–2010 in children aged 8 years
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    An old story: the GPRD does not provide credible autism data

    VERSION WITH REVISED DISCLOSURE & POSING QUESTIONS TO THE AUTHORS

    There have now been many studies using the General Practitioners' Research Database relating to autism and vaccination including by the present authors, which invariably have resulted in some reassuring conclusion. Several - like this one - have received wide media coverage, and it is therefore salutary to read the pre-publication peer reviews...

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