Should Unvaccinated Children be Allowed in Pediatrician’s Offices?

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In 2000 the United States was considered measles free, but the recent outbreak is the largest in nearly 30 years. Measles can be prevented with vaccines, but many are choosing not to vaccinate. With the highly contagious nature of measles, should doctors allow non-vaccinated kids in their practice? Pediatrician Dr. Eric Ball shares that his practice was at the epicenter of the measles outbreak in 2015 and he no longer allows unvaccinated kids in the practice.

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