Dr. Gerald Evans discusses increasing rates of vaccine-preventable diseases with Global NewsPublished Tue Aug 30th 2016
Dr. Gerald Evans, Infectious Disease Division, discussed the increasing rates of vaccine-preventable diseases with Global News.
With the increase in measles outbreaks, whooping cough, chicken pox and mumps, Dr. Gerald Evans weighed in on how the decreasing vaccination rates are impacting these outbreaks stating, “It’s all because of vaccination rates falling. It’s 100 per cent blamed on the fact that people aren’t getting vaccinated,”.
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