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Debunking Anti-Vaccination Campaigns, One Immunization at a Time

Debunking Anti-Vaccination Campaigns, One Immunization at a Time
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Dr. Jennifer Caudle talks about the need for health care providers to help prevent the looming threat of vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks.
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    The recently released movie, Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe, suggests that there is a link between vaccines and autism.  While this theory has been widely debunked, with study after study demonstrating no links between receiving vaccines and developing autism, persistant media campaigns by anti-vaccination movements create fear and distrust in the general public.

    Dr. Jennifer Caudle talks about the important roles for health care providers to help manage these fears and advocate for immunizations in the ongoing effort to prevent a looming threat: the reemergence of vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks in America. 

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