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Vaccine Avoidance

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Vaccination: public health miracle, or toxic risk? Health officials list vaccination among the most important public health developments, but pockets of upper middle class, generally well educated mothers are increasingly hesistant to vaccinate their children. In this segment, Program Director Chris Shupe and Classic City Science Producer Kodiak Sauer revisit an interview with Professor David Bradford, UGA’s Busbee Chair in Public Policy, to talk about the public health risk of vaccine avoidance.

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