Oh joy - Andrew Wakefield has written a book. In a brilliant display of his 'special kind of humour' (haha, two children fainted and one threw up over his mother, haha), he has called it "Callous Disregard". This comes from the ruling of UK's General Medical Council, which attested Wakefield "callous disregard for the distress and pain children might suffer". Good one, Andy, wink wink, nudge nudge.
Fiction is Andrew Wakefield's field and has been for over a decade, readers will remember his wonderful work of fiction about children with an autism specific gut inflammation caused by measles containing vaccines published in the Lancet in 1998. Certainly, we can expect the same kind of imagination from his new publication - cannot wait!