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MMR vaccine row doctor defends investigation

The General Medical Council has struck Dr Andrew Wakefield off the medical register. He was the doctor who first suggested there was a link between the joint vaccination MMR (mumps, measles and rubella) and autism. Today reporter, Andrew Hosken, talks to Dr Wakefield before the verdict, about why he decided to investigate the vaccine.

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