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Spend a few minutes to explore vaccine facts – if you don’t, you will be doomed. The goal of this series is to persuade you to vaccinate your child and to defend your belief, no matter what evidence is presented to the contrary. Let me know if you can see how the evidence confirms our desire to be vaccinated.
Elizabeth Lea is the Director of Education for the Children’s Vaccine Fund, Inc. She is passionate about educating families and individuals about the importance of vaccines to protect them and their families. She also writes about vaccines and other healthcare issues for Natural News.
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