The Moral Differences Between Pro- and Anti-Vaccine Parents

Vaccine News: Week In Review

From The Washington Post | December 4, 2017

When it comes to persuading parents in the United States who are hesitant about vaccinating their children, the public health messages often rely on facts and science to explain how immunization not only protects those children but also shields other vulnerable people from dangerous infectious diseases. But information campaigns that emphasize fairness or preventing harm sometimes backfire and can worsen vaccine hesitancy, research has shown.

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