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Twitter Study of Vaccine Messages: Opinions Are Contagious, But In Unexpected Ways

21:15 EDT 8 Apr 2013 | The Health Care Blog

By Beth Skwarecki Remember 2009? The H1N1 pandemic we were all waiting for? I do. I was pregnant; H1N1 was particularly risky for pregnant women. The vaccine wasn’t available until after I had my baby, but when they held a clinic an hour north of...

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