After the beginning documentation of measles, it took about three hundred years to create a vaccine that could fight it. In 1657, measles was first documented in Boston and by the 1960s, up to four million people were infected in the U.S. each year. Luckily, since the first of measles vaccines and with the help of new medical requirements, the combat moved quickly and America was able to eradicate the disease by 2000. This widespread vaccination was key to removing the threat of becoming infected with measles. But what happens when there is a published study claiming that the vaccinations
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