The three-part storyline of Vaxxed begins there, with Wakefield’s own research, followed by interviews with families of autistic children who believe vaccination caused the disorder, then what the film alleges is a cover-up of autism research at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).Second, Jessica Glenza interviews Philip LaRussa MD, a professor of pediatric medicine at Columbia University Medical Center. He specializes in infectious diseases and immunization, and recently served on the National Vaccine Advisory Committee for the federal government, in Vaxxed: an expert view on controversial film about vaccines and autism
The first story is that Wakefield really conducted fraudulent research, and he did nothing in the film to address any of the concerns about all the discrepancies in his research. It’s as if that didn’t exist. He didn’t mention the fact that he lost his license in Great Britain, he didn’t mention the fact that  of his co-authors withdrew their names from his paper. He didn’t mention the fact that there was a series of investigative articles by [Sunday Times journalist] Brian Deer. None of that existed in this film.