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Medical Veritas was an extremely sleazy anti-vaccine journal published from 2004 to 2008. Their editorial board included none other than Andrew Wakefield, as well as such luminaries as Boyd Haley (a chemist), Harold Buttram (an MD who claimed that vaccination would result in animal-human hybridization), and Viera Scheibner (a geologist). Their articles tended to rest on the laughable premise that Big Pharma's vaccines are all dangerous, and there exists a conspiracy to keep them out because of all the money involved in selling them. They are heavily endorsed by Whale.to, and frequently cite articles in JPANDS. They actually offered to republish Wakefield's original, now-discredited 1998 study, and, like JPANDS, are listed by Quackwatch as a "questionable organization.
- See the Wikipedia article on Boyd Haley.
- The antivaccine lie that just won’t die: The claim that shaken baby syndrome is really due to “vaccine injury” by David Gorski (October 8, 2012) Science-Based Medicine.
- See the Wikipedia article on Viera Scheibner.
- Medical Veritas: The Journal of Medical Truth Whale.to. Caution: Scopie's Law
- Questionable Organizations: An Overview by Stephen Barrett (February 6, 2020) Quackwatch.