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Controversies Fueled by Pseudoscience, Researcher Says

Today’s college graduates enter a world where people still respect science, but question the authority of the scientific community, Atul Gawande argues in The New Yorker.

A vile of the M-M-R Virus Vaccine at the Immunization Collaboration of Tarrant County in Fort Worth, Texas on August 30, 2013. The Immunization Collaboration offers low cost vaccines targeting hepatitis, the flu, chickenpox, measles, mumps and HPV amongst other illnesses.

Today’s college graduates enter a world where people still respect science, but question the authority of the scientific community, which gives rise to controversy about autism vaccines, climate change and a host of other critical issues, Atul Gawande argues in The New Yorker.

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