David Kirby has been a professional journalist for over 15 years, and has written extensively for The New York Times for the past seven years. Kirby was a contracted writer with the weekly City Section at The Times, where he covered public health, local p
"With knocks to bureaucrats and kudos to parents, Kirby does a good job of explaining the scientific issues in an unresolved controversy."
A sympathetic account of parents battling the government the and pharmaceutical industry because they're convinced a form of mercury used in vaccines is the principal cause of their children's autism.
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