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Why vaccinations are a good idea: the B.C. example

British Columbia now has the dubious distinction of having their largest measles outbreak EVER recorded in the province. There have been 320 confirmed cases of the VACCINE-PREVENTABLE disease. Seriously, in 2014, in one of the greatest countries for healthcare, and … Continue reading

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Anti-vaccine advocates and junk science

So the vehemently anti-vaccine advocate is going to be on the View, where the audience will be the very people the public health officials are desperately trying to get to come in and get their children vaccinated. Do I think … Continue reading

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