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Last week I posted this article, discussing bad information circulating about the Gardasil vaccine. I wondered why this misinformation has persisted, especially considering it has been five years since the original damning articles, and the CDC has proven vaccine safety … Continue reading
This week’s CIDD Seminar Speaker is Chris Bauch. If you’d like to have lunch with Professor Bauch following his seminar, please RSVP here by 5 PM on February 19th. When: 12-1pm, Thursday, February 20th Where: MSC W-203