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When scientific disputes are politicised, the truth suffers. For example, in 2002 the Sunday Times ran the headline, “The government has mounted campaigns to persuade parents the MMR jab is safe after some research linked it to autism and bowel disorders in children”, which invites casual readers to question whether they trust the government more than the researchers. Similarly, American headlines now say "Vaccination debate intensifies as measles outbreak spreads", which can be read to mean that there is a legitimate debate about the safety of measles vaccinations.
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