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Hastings Scholars: To Convince Parents to Vaccinate Their Children, Engage With Them About Their Values

Getting the facts about vaccines right is not the most important part of the effort to sway the minds of those unconvinced, write Hastings Center research scholars Gregory E. Kaebnick and Michael Gusmano in Slate.   Convincing people to vaccinate their children requires engaging with them about their values.

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