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Public Health Research & Practice
Antivaccination activists have existed since variolation was introduced in Europe in the 18th century. Today, they continue to attempt to influence the vaccination decisions of parents. Commentators have expressed concern about the impact of such activists on vaccination rates and disease outbreaks. Some argue that public health advocates should engage in adversarial approaches involving public attempts to discredit or stop an antivaccination group or individual. This article argues that suchdoi:10.17061/phrp2521515 pmid:25848733 fatcat:vwelui4vzncaxb64fwei2zojqe