(Anna Rothschild, Brian Monroe/The Washington Post)
Health and Science
200 years of vaccine skepticism | The Vaccines Project, Episode 1
Vaccine hesitancy has existed for over two centuries, fueled by confusion about how vaccines and our immune system work. Reporter Anna Rothschild explores the origins of vaccines, how they make you immune to disease, and when the first anti-vax sentiments arose.
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