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Entries from October 2013

Public health school says Geier never a site preceptor, was only “in the room”

October 28th, 2013 · 2 Comments · Serious overreach

Tweet Mark Geier was never a site preceptor for a graduate student at the George Washington University School of Public Health, as reported on this website last week. An SPHHS spokesperson said the faculty member who made that claim via an email to AutismNewsBeat was in error. According to the spokesperson, “This particular student’s project […]

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Dear GWUSPHHS: Here are some
questions for your investigation

October 27th, 2013 · 2 Comments · Critical thinking

Tweet The George Washington University School of Public Health office of communications is investigating the relationship between castration doc Mark Geier and an unnamed graduate student. The office left the following comment on this website and two others Friday afternoon: The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services is still investigating the […]

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Public health school allows castration doctor to mentor graduate student

October 23rd, 2013 · 6 Comments · Miseducation

Tweet Administrators at the George Washington University School of Public Health allowed Mark Geier, a notorious anti-vaccine activist known for chemically castrating disabled children, to supervise a graduate student. Geier is currently banned from practicing medicine. Graduate students are required to complete a practicum under the supervision of a health professional, called a site preceptor. […]

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Keep vaccine rejectionism to the back burner

October 3rd, 2013 · 6 Comments · Critical thinking

Tweet UPDATE: The Orlando Sentinel will not be asking a childhood vaccination foe to participate in its Front Burner series.  “Just wanted to let you know after careful consideration, we decided to listen to your wise counsel,”  wrote Darryl Owens. On behalf of parents and public health advocates everywhere, AutismNewsBeat would like to thank Mr. […]

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