Texas Outbreaks Make A Case For Vaccinations

The Texas Tribune's Becca Aaronson, working in partnership with Kaiser Health News, reports: "A measles outbreak in a vaccination-wary North Texas megachurch and soaring rates of whooping cough across the state are drawing renewed calls for immunization legislation, which some lawmakers and medical professionals argue would help the state prevent public health crises" (Aaronson, 9/10). Read the story.

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