Guest Post: A math lesson in vaccines and infectious disease

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Today’s post is a guest post by Craig Egan, fearless fighter of anti-vaccine myths and misinformation. Craig tends to have a bit more bite and snark than I do in these posts, but he does an excellent job here of using math to break down exactly why it’s not ethical to choose not to vaccinate your children while claiming that you’re not putting others at risk. Anti-vaccine advocates are always asking, “If vaccines work so well, why are you concerned about my unvaccinated kid? . . .

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