Vaccine Skepticism Plays Role In Increased Risk Of Disease Outbreaks, AEI Visiting Scholar Says

AEIdeas: Vaccine rates are falling, encouraging disease outbreaks
Roger Bate, visiting scholar at AEI, discusses results from a Wellcome assessment of opinions on vaccinations and highlights the role of vaccine skepticism in potentially increasing the risk of disease outbreaks (7/8).

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