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There has been a lot of discussion lately related to the parents' choice to not vaccinate their children. This, in turn, has created quite a frenzy among public health administrators. I am going to provide you with some links, but you are encouraged to provide your own research. I would like to have a civil discussion, so no judgment. You are all entitled to express your opinions supported by research. Once you read the information I posted (see links below) and after you conduct  your own research, answer the following questions:

1. Can and should public health agencies do more to raise awareness and ensure that children are being vaccinated, and as such protect the public? If yes, what more can they do? If no, why not?

2. There has been a spike in legislative bills to allow parents to have a choice? Why do you think this is the case? What are the dangers in introducing these bills? 

3. What is your take on it all?


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https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents/childhood-vaccines/index.html

https://www.kezi.com/content/news/Parents-protest-Oregon-vaccine-bill-as-measles-outbreak-grows-506878991.html

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/public-health-shouldnt-be-invasive-vaccination-skeptics-make-that-harder/2019/03/07/9038fe00-4102-11e9-922c-64d6b7840b82_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.be498dcddc49

https://www.npr.org/2019/03/07/701358833/facebook-vows-to-quash-anti-vaccine-misinformation

https://www.forbes.com/sites/johnlamattina/2019/03/08/the-absurdity-of-avoiding-vaccines/#456b113270ea

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      There has been a lot of discussion lately related to the parents' choice to not vaccinate their children. This, in turn, has created quite a frenzy among public health administrators. I am going to …