Vaccination blog posts

In an essay published on aeon.com, a colleague of mine writes about the perspective of parents who are educated and still decide not to vaccinate their children. I thought this would be important and interesting to  consider and incorporate in your discussions about vaccination.

Also, here is a quantitative discussion about vaccination and fear of vaccination rates.

Another great source for peer reviewed information about science written in less technical language is the magazine The Scientist. Here is a recent post about a DNA vaccine designed for Zika Virus. We’ve reviewed a lot of the terms they mention in the post. Can you tell me how the vaccine works? (email me your answers).

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One thought on “Vaccination blog posts

  1. I can understand how vaccines should be looked at more carefully to see if they can really cause harm but I’m still firm about the belief of needing vaccines. They were created for a reason.

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