More parents skip immunizations for their children

06/10/2008 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Public health officials say a growing number of parents are deciding, for reasons of faith or philosophy, not to have their children immunized. Experts worry these "exempters," who often claim vaccines contain harmful ingredients or conflict with their religious beliefs, may be influenced by misinformation on the Internet and could begin to threaten public health.

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