antivaccinationist

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antivaccinationist

A near-extinct term for a person or policy opposing the use of vaccinations.
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However, this factor of counteracting by a religious scholar was missing during the polio vaccine controversy in Nigeria that lead to drastic spread of polio virus from Nigeria to 12 neighbouring countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.
But the fall-out from the MMR triple vaccine controversy has cast a very long shadow and a great many questions will be asked about any vaccine ( multiple or otherwise.
BRITAIN'S top doctor yesterday accused the medic whose research sparked the MMR vaccine controversy of mixing spin and science.
THE Scots doctor at the centre of the MMR vaccine controversy yesterday vowed to go on giving separate jabs for mumps and measles despite the threat of legal action.
Former President Benigno 'Noynoy' Aquino III will attend the hearing on the dengue vaccine controversy at the House of Representatives on Monday, according to his staff.
5-billion dengue vaccine controversy even if the inquiry has dug up enough evidence to charge those responsible for the "suspicious midnight transaction," Sen.
However, this goal was hindered by the MMR vaccine controversy and the subsequent low uptake of vaccines in certain populations.
This week on the TribCast, Ross, Reeve, Brandi, and Jay talk about the recent GOP debates, the death penalty, and the return of the HPV vaccine controversy.
SCIENTISTS yesterday linked the measles virus to autism and bowel disorder, fuelling the MMR vaccine controversy.
have filed separate libel complaints against former Health secretary Paulyn Jean Rosell Ubial in relation to the Dengvaxia vaccine controversy.
MANILA, Philippines The World Health Organization is preparing a new position paper to address the dengue vaccine controversy in the Philippines.
Though Perry last month preemptively tried to walk back the 2007 decree, the vaccine controversy, as Politico and The New York Times note, threatens to scare key Republican constituencies away from Perry, including social conservatives, concerned about parental rights and suspicious of the vaccine on sex-education grounds, and small-government conservatives, worried about executive overreach.
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