Why We Should Eliminate Personal Belief Exemptions to Vaccine Mandates Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, 02/01/2012

Lantos JD et al. – By eliminating personal belief exemptions to those childhood vaccines associated with contagious diseases that have high rates of childhood mortality, we would better protect children and would more fairly spread the burdens of this important public health program.

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