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Vaccine Avoidance

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  Measles and Mumps and Rubella, Oh My! Outbreaks of these nasty diseases have been popping up in recent years due to the growing anti-vaccination movement. In this segment, Dr. David Bradford, Professor of Public Administration and Policy, talks about how routine childhood vaccinations keep all children healthy and the U.S. disease-free.

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