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Success of Michigan’s Rule to Reduce Vaccine Exemptions for Kids Was Short-Lived, U-M Study Says

August 17, 2021

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A new U-M study found that although adding vaccine education before someone can obtain a nonmedical exemption may improve vaccination rates in the short-term, it may require other strategies in order to change parental behaviors in the long-term. This study focuses on a rule change that occurred in 2015 in the state of Michigan.

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