Vaccinate or Leave

Kluger, Jeffrey
August 2011
Time;8/22/2011, Vol. 178 Issue 7, p57
The article discusses the flagging rates of vaccinations for U.S. children, focusing on the increased health risks they cause as a reason some pediatricians are refusing patients who refuse vaccines.


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