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"If I have to choose the vaccine or chip I'm gonna choose death. YALA," the singer and rapper wrote in a series of anti-vaccination tweets.
A 4-year-old boy died of the flu after an anti-vaxxer Facebook group told his mom to treat him with elderberries and breast milk instead of Tamiflu
The mother in Colorado said she did not pick up the Tamiflu antiviral medication her doctor prescribed.
The platform banned anti-vaccine messaging in May, but anti-vaxxers are gaming the system and exploiting pro-choice and pro-vaccine hashtags.
Bill Maher agreed with a controversial doctor, repeating a debunked theory that it was ‘realistic’ that vaccines have caused autism in chi...
On his show "Real Time with Bill Maher," the late night host agreed with a controversial doctor he had on the show, saying vaccines may cause autism.
Marianne Williamson told MSNBC host ArI Melber that she is "pro-vaccination, pro-medicine, and pro-science," but criticized pharmaceutical lobbying.
The Kentucky teen who refused the chickenpox vaccination, and even sued his local health department over it, contracted the disease.
If you’re an anti-vaxxer, you have ‘blood on your hands,’ according to the UK’s healthcare secretary
UK health secretary Matt Hancock told The Times that anti-vaxxers "have blood on their hands" and that he won't rule out compulsory vaccinations.
Measles is spreading rapidly in New York City — 94 more people have gotten sick this month. Elsewhere, the infection has killed more than 1,200 ...
Measles cases are on the rise in the US and around the globe as more people forego vaccines. But not everyone who skips the vaccine wants to.
A Kentucky teen who refused the chickenpox vaccine is suing after being barred from attending school
An unvaccinated Kentucky teen sued his local health department after the agency banned students without the chicken pox vaccine from attending school.
Inside ‘vaccine court,’ where the US government pays millions to people who say they were harmed by vaccines
Vaccine court is funded by a 75¢ cent tax on every childhood vaccine administered in the US. Most cases stem from bad needle jabs.