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On Vaccines, Immune to Reason
Paul Howard, Ph.D., Washington Post, 10-12-07
Recently, when visiting family in Philadelphia, my wife and I had the pleasure of seeing friends of ours and their baby daughter, Iona. While the proud papa and I swapped complaints about health care—his as a father, mine as a policy wonk—the topic of vaccines came up. Why, he asked, had companies ever put a mercury–based preservative (thimerosal) in vaccines and why did doctors administer those "dangerous" vaccines to children?
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