The Hudson Library will be hosting Michael Kinch on March 25th at 7pm. Kinch will be discussing his book Between Hope and Fear.
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Between Hope and Fear tells the remarkable story of vaccine-preventable infectious diseases and their social and political implications. While detailing the history of vaccine invention, Kinch reveals the ominous reality that our victories against vaccine-preventable diseases are not permanent—and could easily be undone. The book is a smart and compelling examination of the science of immunity, the public policy implications of vaccine denial and the real-world outcomes of failing to vaccinate.
A smart and compelling examination of the science of immunity, the public policy implications of vaccine denial, and the real-world outcomes of failing to vaccinate.
If you have a child in school, you may have heard stories of long-dormant diseases suddenly reappearing—cases of measles, mumps, rubella, and whooping cough cropping up everywhere from elementary schools to Ivy Lea