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Arizona offset an education program about vaccines that was created in response to a rising number of children not getting school-required vaccinations. School-mandatory immunizations frustrate against cankers including measles, mumps and whooping cough. Parents complained about the program, saying they feared it might become mandatory.
The State of Arizona cancelled an education platform about vaccines after mothers who don’t protect “their childrens” complained.
The online curriculum was created in response to a rising number of children not getting school-required vaccinations because of their parents’ beliefs, according to AZ Central .See the rest of the tale at Business Insider
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