Public Skeptical Of Flu Shots

Only one-third of adults and 23 percent of children got the flu shot last winter despite a costly promotional campaign by the Public Health Agency of Canada, says in-house research. The Agency spent $3.5 million on vaccination awareness. Data show lingering public skepticism that vaccinations are ineffective or unsafe: “Vaccines do NOT cause sudden infant death syndrome.”

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