Washington state, which recently experienced a serious measles outbreak, has the only state legislature this year that passed tighter vaccination rules.
Parents are using end runs around new laws requiring vaccinations, often, with the cooperation of doctors.
New findings clearly show that the routine HPV vaccination program has been a resounding success.
Precedents exist for making people have certain vaccines. Perhaps it’s time to extend this.
Area hospitals are reporting a big uptick in the number of flu cases so far in March.
A gradual approach to vaccinations is better than no vaccinations at all. But delaying vaccines is risky.
In the 1960s, measles infected about 3-4 million people in the U.S. each year. More than 48,000 were hospitalized. Up to 500 people died.
Measles outbreak in the Pacific Northwest triggers surge in demand for the vaccine — including among those who had previously shunned the shots.
52 confirmed cases and nine suspect cases of measles have now been linked to the outbreak in the Pacific Northwest.