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Panorama Wednesday, 30 January, 2002, 18:47 GMT
MMR: Interactive debate
MMR: Join the debate

Dr David Elliman, who supports the use of MMR, Dr Richard Halvorsen, who has offered parents single vaccines, and Panorama reporter Sarah Barclay answered your questions in a live debate after the programme.

Click on the link below to watch the forum.

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The government tells parents that MMR - the triple vaccine against mumps, measles and rubella - is safe. But many do not believe it.

Panorama examined the controversy surrounding MMR and investigated the evidence some claim links the triple jab to autism and bowel disease.

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