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Immunization Action Coalition: Vaccine Information: Measles

This fact sheet published by the Immunization Action Coalition provides not only facts and links to reliable resources like the CDC and Children’s Hospitals, but also powerful testimonials by people infected by the virus.
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After the widespread measles outbreak originating in the western United States with one infected Disneyland visitor in December, the country has been involved in a heated debate about the safety and effectiveness of vaccines. This fact sheet published by the Immunization Action Coalition provides not only facts and links to reliable resources like the CDC and Children’s Hospitals, but also powerful testimonials by people infected by the virus. Students can use this resource as a jumping-off point for researching the science behind vaccinations.

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