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A direct recommendation from a doctor may be the final push someone needs to get vaccinated

By Kathleen Mazor, Professor of Medicine, UMass Chan Medical School
Kimberly Fisher, Associate Professor of Pulmonology, UMass Chan Medical School
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There are a variety of reasons why people do or don’t want to be vaccinated. Depending on how they frame their messaging around vaccination, doctors can often be the deciding factor.

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