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Survey finds US adults see vaccines as less important than they did in 2001

01:02 EST 15 Jan 2020 | News-Medical.net

A new survey reveals that US parents are increasingly opting to not vaccinate their children, with support for vaccines down 10% since 2001 and the concern that they may cause autism, still being a major factor preventing adults from trusting vaccinations.

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