What’s going on with the latest measles outbreak?

The latest measles outbreak has already infected 37 people. An expert in health law brings you up to speed on that news and why vaccination is vital.
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The measles outbreak in Washington state has already infected 37 people and health officials expect that number to rise. So, what’s next?

Michelle Mello, a professor of law and of health research and policy at Stanford University, discusses the disease, vaccination, and the law.

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