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If people refuse to get vaccinated, even if they are old enough or able enough to do so, they are at risk of contracting diseases like Measles, Mumps and Poliomyelitis.

Not only that, they are also harbouring the viruses that cause these diseases.

But then the number of cases started to go back up, as immunization rates fell. In part because a British researcher fraudulently linked vaccines to autism in 1998, a claim that was later retracted.

But the idea took hold, spooking parents and causing immunization rates to drop.

Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, center, and Aetna chief executive Mark Bertolini, right, listen to President Trump speak during a meeting with health insurance company chief executives at the White House on Feb. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters) The mission of the federal Department of Health and Human Services is a simple one: “to enhance and protect the health and well-being of all Americans.” One of the most effective ways to protect the health of Americans has proven to be vaccinations against infectious diseases.

(For those curious, in our simulation an unvaccinated person stands a 50 percent chance of becoming sick if they’re adjacent to an ill person.) Part of the problem with relying on states to police themselves without national guidance is that if a state decided to drop the immunization requirement, things can get bleak in a hurry.

Yet in countries where vaccines are readily available, parents sometimes refuse to vaccinate their children.

For example, up to 5% of parents in the UK and 9% in the United States refuse to allow their children to be vaccinated with the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine.

For a baby born at 28 weeks—a full three months early—he was doing remarkably well, “feeding and growing” until he was big and strong enough to be cared for at home.

As medical residents on the neonatal unit, we rarely saw this baby’s family.