France leads the world in mistrust of vaccines

A doctor vaccinates a patient as part of the start of the seasonal influenza vaccination campaign in Nice, France October 24, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard/Files

PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) – For Marie-Claire Grime, who works in a pharmacy northeast of Paris, questions about vaccines are a daily challenge. They come mainly from parents who say they’re worried about “a lot of chemicals” being put into their children, she says. She does her best to allay such fears. “We spend time deconstructing the […]

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