app103, you raise an excellent point, and the anti-vaxers are a very dangerous group of people. But care should be taken to distinguish between the lies spread by anti-vaxers and the results of sponsored research.
Ultimately all research is sponsored by someone, and almost always, the sponsor has more invested than just the good of humanity. For this reason we have peer reviewed journals which attempt to validate the research and publish only legitimate results. Of course sometimes this system too fails, and you link to one of the more damaging examples. Still most (all?) anti-vax literature is unpublished lies, all easily debunked.
In general however, just because results of a study come out in support of it's sponsors doesn't mean it's wrong. We should of course scrutinize the results, but then we should always scrutinize any results, and if they prove legit then they should be published like any other research.