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U-M study shows parents becoming more supportive of vaccines

A national poll conducted by the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital last May asked parents how their views on vaccinations have changed between the years 2014 and 2015. During that time over two dozen measles outbreaks were reported in the U.S., including an outbreak traced to Disneyland.

“One-third of parents who participated in the poll indicated they now perceived more benefits of vaccines, while one-quarter perceived vaccines to be safer now than a year ago. One–third of parents also reported being more supportive of school and daycare entry requirements for vaccination than they were the previous year.”

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