In order to highlight their own apparent subjugation, some in the anti-vaccine crowd are now wearing Holocaust-era insignia. Yes, really.
The measles has returned to the Philippines, claiming the lives of almost 70 children. As a teacher in that country, the vaccine paranoia that parents possess is certainly real, and borderline legitimate.
Richard Jackson’s Long Reads dives headlong into the shady history of vaccines, the mess of Abbott’s political house and the people who cover mass murder.
Until the medical and scientific communities engage more fully in the debate over vaccinations and autism, Ash Imani fears parents will potentially make ill-informed decisions about the safety of their children.
As the vaccination debate continues, Kerry White urges us to remember polio, and to remember how vaccinations stopped a deadly epidemic, and will continue to do so.
Not part of the child immunisation “herd”, Sadie O’Grady asks you to think twice about allowing the government to marginalise those who are different.
There are no parallels between Sherri Tenpenny’s anti-vax talks being cancelled and the Charlie Hebdo massacre – it’s not free speech, proclaims Jack Howes, it’s snake-oil selling.
Looking at the issue from the perspective of a rural GP, ‘Rastas’ has become a conscientious objector to conscientious objection to immunisation.