The bottom line is that the vaccines used today are incredibly safe. Unfortunately, despite their safety, many myths persist.
The bottom line is that the vaccines used today are incredibly safe. Unfortunately, despite their safety, many myths persist. KURT STRAZDINS Miami Herald File
The bottom line is that the vaccines used today are incredibly safe. Unfortunately, despite their safety, many myths persist. KURT STRAZDINS Miami Herald File

The truth about your child’s vaccines: No alternative facts allowed

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