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Thu December 19, 2013
The Vaccine Debate: Its History And Consequences
Since Edward Jenner’s discovery of a smallpox vaccine in the 18th century, vaccinations have at times been controversial. Today, while vaccines have been proven to inoculate against a host of dangerous diseases, the debate continues. We’ll look at what underlies this debate today.
- Mark Largent- historian of science and associate professor & associate dean at Michigan State University. He is also the author of "Vaccine: The Debate in Modern America."
- Marcella Bobinsky - Immunization Section Chief for the NH Division of Public Health Services
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