Keyword: Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
That vaccine safety panel that President Donald Trump was talking about before he took office may have dropped off the White House’s radar.
Even a minor reduction in the number of children vaccinated against measles can have substantial consequences, according to a new study.
Brenda Fitzgerald, M.D., the newly appointed director of the CDC, apparently once endorsed a controversial, unproven medical practice.
The Trump administration has appointed Brenda Fitzgerald, M.D., to direct the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The White House dismissed U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy—a proponent of vacciness—after he refused to resign.
A number of physician organizations are afraid that comments from President Donald Trump will refuel the antivaccination movement.
Doctors need to do a better job to encourage parents to ensure that kids, including adolescents, get their scheduled vaccines, researchers said.
Scientists worry that reports President Donald Trump may establish a panel on vaccine safety headed by longtime vaccine skeptic Robert F. Kennedy Jr. could cause some people to refuse protective immunizations, leading to epidemics of highly contagious diseases.
The news that Trump had asked outspoken vaccine skeptic RFK Jr. to head a new commission only makes pediatricians' job tougher, says one doctor.
The public relations nightmare this week over a Cleveland Clinic doctor's anti-vaccine rant will never happen again if CEO Toby Cosgrove has any say in it.