Vaccine choices swayed by social networks

A U.S. study has shown the importance of people's social networks in vaccination choices, with the presence of anti-immunization friends correlating with parents deciding against giving shots. In England, the outcome is towns with 70% vaccination rates surrounded by far better protected areas. Study I More

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