Effective Messages in Vaccine Promotion: A Randomized Trial.
To test the effectiveness of messages designed to reduce vaccine misperceptions and increase vaccination rates for measles-mumps-rubella .
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#2 Mar 15, 2014
The Winnipeg dummy is right for a change. Those with intelligence are another matter. Intelligent people look for scientific evidence.
They find that there is NO scientific evidence that vaccines cause autism.
They find that there is a wealth of scientific evidence that vaccines DO NOT cause autism.
So intelligent people have their kids vaccinated.
People with low intelligence, such as the Winnipeg dummy, ignore the scientific evidence and DON'T have their kids vaccinated, and risk their kids getting some potentially nasty diseases.
#4 Apr 11, 2014
Another stool sample from the UK 14 year old.
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