Bill Gates announced this week that vaccines have helped save the lives of some 122 million children worldwide since 1990. The news came as other celebrities made public appearances stoking anti-vax fears in Washington, D.C.
Bill Gates announced this week that vaccines have helped save the lives of some 122 million children worldwide since 1990. The news came as other celebrities made public appearances stoking anti-vax fears in Washington, D.C. Seth Wenig AP
Bill Gates announced this week that vaccines have helped save the lives of some 122 million children worldwide since 1990. The news came as other celebrities made public appearances stoking anti-vax fears in Washington, D.C. Seth Wenig AP

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February 16, 2017 05:39 PM

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