Vaccine Nation America's Changing Relationship with Immunization
epub | 1.38 MB | English | Author :Elena Conis | The University of Chicago Press


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"A strikingly honest, fair-minded, and informed chronicle of the vaccine controversy in the United States."-Age of Autism
By setting the complex story of American vaccination within the country's broader history, Vaccine Nation goes beyond the simple story of the triumph of science over disease and provides a new and perceptive account of the role of politics and social forces in medicine.
Vaccine Nation opens in the 1960s, when government scientists-triumphant following successes combating polio and smallpox-considered how the country might deploy new vaccines against what they called the "milder" diseases, including measles, mumps, and rubella. In the years that followed, Conis reveals, vaccines fundamentally changed how medical professionals, policy administrators, and ordinary Americans came to perceive the diseases they were designed to prevent. She brings this history up to the present with an insightful...

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