Rising vaccination mistrust worldwide is undermining fight against deadly diseases – research

Preview Vaccination mistrust is highest in developed nations, with France the most skeptical, says new research. Public mistrust in vaccines is having a negative effect on the fight against deadly, preventable diseases, experts warn.
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