Some Parents’ Perceptions of Vaccines Improved Over the Last Year, Poll Finds
Thirty-three percent of parents said their perception of vaccines has improved over the last year, according to a nationwide poll conducted by the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital. The poll showed that 5% of parents said they think vaccines have fewer benefits than they did one year ago, while 61% said their perception of vaccines has not changed.
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