". . . B.C.'s chief medical officer, Dr. Perry Kendall, said for doctors to engage in formal debate can lend more credence to opposition to vaccination, which he called undebatable."
Nonsense. Scientific findings are continually up for debate and criticism. What better venue for that than a university campus? If Dr. Kendall is so confident, his views can withstand a little scrutiny.
By the way, you may recall that Kendall's own "science" was recently put on public trial in the press when he distorted and misrepresented some Cochrane data on the influenza vaccine. Does anyone have that link handy?