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Forgoing vaccines has a social cost

By Carey Goldberg
October 20, 2008

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I love vaccines. The other day, at my 4-year-old son's annual check-up, a physician's assistant asked me whether I had any questions before she shot him up with a half-dozen varieties, including polio, mumps-measles-rubella and flu, and I said, "Heck no, bring them on!" (Full article: 1069 words)

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