Anti-Vaccination Movement

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The anti-vaccination movement refers to opposition to vaccinations, usually because of beliefs that they may be unsafe and cause health problems worse than the diseases they are designed to prevent. This topic center provides a broad overview of the anti-vaccination issue, including opposing viewpoints, major developments, and implications for public health.

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