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"The history of measles vaccination, long before the Wakefield autism claim in 1998, contextualizes the emergence of active and passive opposition to vaccination and highlights problems with trust that impede effective communication between parents, health care providers and governments." - Vaccinating in the age of apathy: measles vaccination in Canada, 1963–1998


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Vaccinating in the age of apathy: measles vaccination in Canada, 1963–1998

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Vaccine Safety and Development,Research and Development,Vaccine History,Vaccine Preventable Diseases,Communicable Diseases,Measles Vaccine Safety and Development
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