Bad Information, Not Bad Parenting, Fuels Vaccine Apathy: Canadian Study

Decades of misinformation, not "bad parenting," could be what's really to blame when a parent decides not to vaccinate their child, according to a new Canadian study.

The study, published in April in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, traces a history of drug scandals (such as the thalidomide disaster of 1962), medical training practices, and a "lack of political priority placed on disease prevention that started in the 1960s" as being responsible for the immunization apathy (or...

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