The credit given to the efficacy of vaccines determines public vaccinations

February 3, 2015 6:25 AM

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In a bid to understand why many Americans would refuse to vaccinate their children in the face of the public health crises occasioned by the measles outbreak, researchers have come to see that scientists are partly to blame for the development.

Seth Mnookin, a science writing lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the author of “The Panic Virus” – a 2011 book on vaccinations and their opponents, state in an interview that skepticism about vaccinations remains “one of those issues that seem to grab people across the polit...

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