The So-Called Vaccine Debate: False Balance in The San Diego Union-Tribune

[Editor’s note: With an upcoming grant deadline approaching this Friday, Dr. Gorski has decided, unfortunately, that his paying job has to take precedence and has therefore taken the week off at SBM to try to keep his lab funded. In his stead, we present the inaugural post of Joel A. Harrison, PhD, MPH with a suitably lengthy post given the slot he is filling. Welcome Dr. Harrison! Note that a downloadable PDF version of this page can be accessed here.]

The consequences of smallpox.

The San Diego Union-Tribune (UT) recently published two opinion pieces on vaccine mandates, responding to California Senate Bill 277 which removed the “personal belief” exemption to vaccine requirements for children entering into day care, elementary or secondary schools. The Bill was passed by the California Legislature in 2015:

Mark Sawyer, MD is a professor of clinical pediatrics in the Division of Infectious Diseases in the

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