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by Gareth Williams When: Thu, Feb 17, 2011 8.00 – 11.00 PM Where: The Head of Steam, 7 Lime Street, Liverpool Gareth Williams qualified with Honours in Medicine and Pharmacology from Cambridge University in 1977 and trained in London and Geneva.He was Professor of Medicine in Liverpool, where he built up an internationally recognised research group in diabetes and obesity, and then Dean of Medicine in Bristol, where he remains as Professor of Medicine and Lead for European Relations in the Faculty.
The researchers’ leader, Andrew Wakefield called for the vaccine to be “suspended”. Following investigations over a period of 7 years for The Sunday Times, the British Medical Journal in January denounced Wakefield’s research as “an elaborate fraud”. A Harris poll in the United States found that 47% of Americans had heard Deer’s story.
The New York Times said his work was “extraordinary.” Now, on 16th June, he comes to Merseyside Skeptics Society to talk about how Wakefield rigged the research linking MMR with autism, how he did it, who paid him for it, how much money he expected to make out of it, and the years-long investigation which finally nailed him. by Alan Henness When: Thursday, May 19, 2011 8.00 – 11.00 PM Where: The Head of Steam, 7 Lime Street, Liverpool In 2009, Alan Henness heard about the British Chiropractic Association’s libel case against Simon Singh for the article he wrote for the Guardian about bogus therapies.
by Brian Deer When: Thursday, June 16, 2011 8.00 – 11.00 PM Where: The Head of Steam, 7 Lime Street, Liverpool As the Wirral becomes the latest area of the UK to suffer a measles outbreak in an unvaccinated population, investigative journalist Brian Deer visits Liverpool to speak about how he uncovered the “elaborate fraud” behind the MMR scare.
In February 1998, the Lancet medical journal triggered a global alarm with research proposing a link between the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine and autism.
by Chris French When: Thursday, April 21, 2011 8.00 – 11.00 PM Where: The Head of Steam, 7 Lime Street, Liverpool Over the last decade, the Anomalistic Psychology Research Unit of Goldsmiths University has investigated a wide range of weird and wonderful topics, including alien contact experiences, sleep paralysis, haunted houses, dowsing, and telepathy.
Many paranormal claims have been scientifically tested under properly controlled conditions along the way.
This overview by Professor Chris French will present some of the results of such investigations.
About Chris French Chris is head of the APRU, and appears frequently on radio and television casting a sceptical eye over paranormal claims.
He started to look at chiropractors’ websites and was appalled by the claims being made – he decided to do something about it.
Alan submitted complaints about 524 chiropractors to their statutory regulator in June 2009; nearly two years later, many of those complaints have yet to be decided.