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Measured doses of fact, friction in ‘Vaccine War’

Actress Jenny McCarthy (center) holds a photo of her son Evan, who was diagnosed with autism, at a rally with actor Jim Carrey and his daughter Jenny (left). Actress Jenny McCarthy (center) holds a photo of her son Evan, who was diagnosed with autism, at a rally with actor Jim Carrey and his daughter Jenny (left). (Christy Bowe/Corbis)
By Don Aucoin
Globe Staff / April 27, 2010

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There are no bad guys in “The Vaccine War,’’ no hiss-worthy villains who make it easy to decide which side we’re on. (Full article: 603 words)

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