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Religious Beliefs and Vaccinations

For many, infants and children making visits to the pediatrician for vaccinations is a routine. But that’s not the case for everyone. Some states allow parents not to vaccinate their children when it conflicts with their religious or personal beliefs.

But does such a decision only affect that person’s family, or is there a risk to the greater community? The PBS series Religion and Ethics Newsweekly explored what it means when religious beliefs clash with vaccinating children.

As correspondent Deborah Potter tells us, […]

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