The rise (and fall?) of parental vaccine hesitancy

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Parental vaccine hesitancy is a growing problem affecting the health of children and the larger population. This article describes the evolution of the vaccine hesitancy movement and the individual, vaccine-specific and societal factors contributing to this phenomenon. In addition, potential strategies to mitigate the rising tide of parent vaccine reluctance and refusal are discussed.

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1755 - 1762
doi
10.4161/hv.25085
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Review
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Special Focus: Vaccine Acceptance
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The rise (and fall?) of parental vaccine hesitancy