A newly released newspaper article in the Washington Post reveals that Mark Geier, MD, PhD built a medical practice in Rockville, Maryland and a national reputation for propagating the theory that mercury in vaccines causes autism. The Maryland Board of Physicians suspended his license seven years ago, but the regulators who stripped Geier’s credentials have now been ordered to each personally pay tens of thousands of dollars in damages by Montgomery County, Maryland Circuit Court Judge Ronald B. Rubin. For help with online gaming check out free money no deposit keep winnings
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