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As measles outbreaks continue, provaccine policies get a voice

A 1-year-old boy in Seattle gets a vaccine amid a measles outbreak in the Pacific Northwest

ETHAN LINDENBERGER WENT 18 YEARS without getting a single vaccine. His mother, fueled by antivaccine content she read on Facebook, believed that vaccines cause autism and brain damage, he says. But after researching the science, the Ohio teen

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