The World Health Organization believes that the low rate of vaccination in people age ten to nineteen may be responsible for a widespread outbreak of measles in France. In 2010, five thousand cases of measles were reported in France. In the first three months of 2011, 4,937 have been reported. What’s more, outbreaks have been reported in 33 European countries.
Sigh. This is only happening because of Andrew Wakefield’s erroneous study.