Clarissa Hsu, PhD, asked parents why they decline or delay vaccinating their children.
There’s a lot of information out there about the merits and risks of vaccines. Parents are rightly concerned about making the best choices for their children amid conflicting information.
Dr. Paula Lozano describes an effort to find KP Washington members who would benefit most from preventive services.
Dr. Jackson leads national trial to explore improving immune responses to vaccine.
While flu vaccine effectiveness varies year to year, it still makes sense to get immunized annually.
Parent volunteers who value immunization show promise as advocates to help protect communities against contagious diseases
A pilot study shows that a self-swab test may help individual patients and whole populations.
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