GPs have varying attitudes towards recommending vaccines to patients
Attitudes towards vaccine recommendations vary among general practitioners (GPs), a study says.
16 Sep 2016 - General
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This is an alarming shift in practice in Indonesia. I have tried looking for Philippine data, but I couldn't get a hold of a similar study. So far, I have not heard of news about fake vaccines in our country. I'm just wondering if this change in GP practice also holds true for other countries within the Asia Pacific region. Vaccination is important in primary prevention of various illnesses and throughout history it has been proven to eradicate and decrease the incidence of life-threaten...
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