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New report finds a range of vaccine confidence and skepticism worldwide.
Pro-vaccine groups on the social media platform are "fighting off to one side, in the wrong place."
A related study highlights the impact of misinformation on HPV immunization.
Skepticism remains in some high-income nations, with France having the lowest trust in vaccines.
"The anti-vaccine movement is like its own media empire."
Of kids 7 years and older with autism, 82% got recommended vaccines by age 4, compared with 94% in those without autism.
The extensive study adds to an already vast collection of data on vaccine safety.
Patients experienced serious complications and bacterial infections after treatments.
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