The Current Measles Craze
29 May 2015 (online)
A current mini-outbreak of measles in the United States reopens the debate on the individual liberty to refuse vaccination. The author argues that the call to limit this universal right is not based on facts and not in the interest of children and their parents, but it only serves a political agenda.
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