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Vaccine guilt is good – as long it doesn’t stop you from getting a shot

By Elizabeth Lanphier, Assistant Professor, Pediatrics and Ethics Center Faculty, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
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Am I really eligible? Isn't there someone more worthy of getting immunized before me? A bioethicist explains that such feelings of guilt are understandable. In fact, they are good for society.

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