Physicians attributed a growing number of parental objections to vaccinate their children to the view that vaccines are an unnecessary discomfort for their young children.
Physicians attributed a growing number of parental objections to vaccinate their children to the view that vaccines are an unnecessary discomfort for their young children. Damian Dovarganes Associated Press file
Physicians attributed a growing number of parental objections to vaccinate their children to the view that vaccines are an unnecessary discomfort for their young children. Damian Dovarganes Associated Press file

Pediatricians urge states to get tough on parents who don’t want to vaccinate their kids

August 30, 2016 08:41 AM

UPDATED August 30, 2016 04:58 PM

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