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Should Pediatricians Refuse to Treat Patients Who Don’t Vaccinate?

Perri Klass: “Parents who don’t want to vaccinate their children are a perennial sore subject in my profession. The question bubbled up again this spring at the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Annual Leadership Forum, where academy leaders vote on issues of concern to pediatricians across the country”

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