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Do US teens have the right to be vaccinated against their parents' will? It depends on where they live

By Brian Dean Abramson, Adjunct Professor of Vaccine Law, Florida International University
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Some states have a legal framework allowing “mature minors” to make their own health care decisions – but they apply it in different ways, and some don’t have it at all.

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