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Media Highlight: Just five minutes on the Internet can sow seeds of doubt about vaccines
It can take as little as five minutes on an anti-vaccination website to make a parent decide against vaccinating their child.
Dr. Noni MacDonald , an infectious disease specialist at Dalhousie University says a study by German researchers found that the Internet has proven to be an effective tool for sowing seeds of doubt about vaccines.
"Five to ten minutes on an anti-vaccine website changed people's intention to immunize,' she told Dr. Brian Goldman, host of White Coat, Black Art.
Read the full story: http://www.cbc.ca/radio/whitecoat/an-outbreak-of-doubt-1.4373395/just-five-minutes-on-the-internet-can-sow-seeds-of-doubt-about-vaccines-1.4374871
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