If you really, truly believe vaccinations are bad, read this

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If you really, truly believe vaccinations are bad, read this

Wits University lecturer Dr Fikile Mabena examines the myths that surround and confound vaccinating kids

Sanet Oberholzer

Are vaccines safe or could they be harming your children? In the wake of the global increase in preventable but deadly diseases, Dr Fikile Mabena – paediatrician, infectious-diseases specialist and lecturer at the University of the Witwatersrand – addresses some common misconceptions about vaccination.

MISCONCEPTION: Vaccines cause autism.

TRUTH: Vaccines do not cause autism...

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