Survey finds shifting views on vaccines after outbreaks of preventable diseases
from Global News
Sporadic outbreaks of preventable diseases like measles may have forced more American parents to change their view on vaccines, according to an American survey. The national poll released by the C.S. Mott's Children Hospital in Michigan followed up with parents from across the United States that had been asked their views on vaccines last year, and found that more parents now believe immunizations are safer and have more benefits.
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