Since 1924, more than 100 million cases of childhood disease in the U.S. have been prevented through vaccination programs. Yet new findings show that when an epidemic is in full swing, and serious illness could be averted, immunization rates do not increase. Researchers compared rates of infant immunization during an outbreak of whooping cough, also called pertussis, …

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