Here is John Oliver on Vaccines generally and in Minnesota

The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the minuscule risks, but some parents still question their safety. John Oliver discusses why some people may still feel uncertainty about childhood vaccinations.

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Just about every week, Oliver has some great, intelligent things to say about key issues of our era. Thanks for bringing this forward!

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