Title Can a new history of vaccination silence doubters? Media name/outlet New Scientist Media type Web Country/Territory United Kingdom Date 22/03/17 Description By Sheena Cruickshank
EVERY year, millions of children and adults are vaccinated against diseases that only a few decades ago were terrifying and deadly, including rubella, polio and measles. Meredith Wadman’s meticulously researched book begins with the heart-rending account of a baby girl born in 1964 who survived just 16 months before succumbing to the effects of maternally transmitted rubella. She spent only nine days of her life outside hospital.
URL https://www.newscientist.com/article/2125350-can-a-new-history-of-vaccination-silence-doubters/ Persons Sheena Cruickshank
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