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Vaccines: An Unhealthy Skepticism | Measles Virus Outbreak 2015 | Retro Report

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Vaccines: An Unhealthy Skepticism | Measles Virus Outbreak 2015 | Retro Report
An outbreak of measles that started at Disneyland has turned a spotlight on those who choose not to vaccinate their children. How did we get to a point where personal beliefs can triumph over science?

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