Sunday Express - Sun 16 Dec 2001 - Page 19
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Vaccine campaigners highlight links to makers of controversial MMR triple jab Protest over watchdogs who hold drugs shares
Professor Spitzer's involvement follows the revelation that Professor Eve Johnstone, who chaired the working party, owns shares in the company worth £10,000. The report published last week said there was no convincing evidence to prove that an increase in the number of autistic children was connected to the three-in-one jab for mumps, measles and rubella.
NHS could save £100m by switch on blood
Cancer patients are given regular blood transfusions to boost their battle against disease.
Fighter Trixie is back
When the cheeky canine became ill, her owner feared she would not survive. " DEPUTY POLITICAL EDITOR NEARLY £100million could be saved and 280,000 hospital beds freed up each year if the NHS used alternatives to blood in their treatment of cancer patients.