Debunking vaccination myths may backfire

Debunking vaccination myths may backfire

There are 1 comment on the CBS News story from Mar 3, 2014, titled Debunking vaccination myths may backfire. In it, CBS News reports that:

Vaccines are doing their jobs preventing disease and death, and even bringing down societal costs, according to a new study in Pediatrics .

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Winnipeg, Canada

#1 Mar 4, 2014
There are no myths. Vaccines maim and kill and that has not been debunked. Its been denied. Bogus studies paid for by vaccine denialists have been used to spread misinformation. Anyone accusing vaccines as causing injury is attacked, and governments protect vaccine makers no matter how many victims there are.

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