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From smallpox to polio, vaccine rollouts have always had doubters. But they work in the end

By David Isaacs, Professor of Pediatric Infectious Diseases, University of Sydney
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History tells us the public will tolerate risk of harm from a vaccine if their fear of the disease exceeds their fear of the vaccine.

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