Thursday, June 9, 2011

Study: Parents Still Doubt Safety of Vaccines

Most parents are immunizing their children against diseases - but reluctantly, a new study shows.
Despite doctors debunking popular claims that vaccines cause autism, 77% of parents polled are still skeptical that the current immunization schedule against mumps, measles, rubella and other diseases is safe and necessary for children, a report out Thursday in the journal Health Affairs says.

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