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IMMUNIZATIONS

Over the last 20 years, the American political system has handled immunization policy poorly. This reflects profound ignorance of disease control among elected officials and lawyers. These individuals see immunization as a personal health problem rather than a public health and safety issue. As a result of this narrow view of the role of immunization in protecting the community's health, litigation has been allowed to drive the cost of routine immunizations beyond the means of many poor families. At the same time, governmental agencies have reduced their commitment to a fully immunized population, and private individuals are encouraged in unfounded fears of the risks of immunization.



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