I think politicians should back that position." A survey released last week from the Pew Research Center showed that 68 percent of US adults believe that vaccinations of children should be required, while 30 percent say that parents should be able to decide not to vaccinate their kids.In 2009, 71 percent of both Democrats and Republicans said vaccinations should be required.MIT's Mnookin said those positions could influence larger health-care spending.
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"Even if not a lot of people end up in the ER, even if all that happens is a bunch of measles infections, that still costs." Americans do and should care what their political leaders and possible candidates have to say about vaccinations, asserts Arthur Caplan, founding head of the division of bioethics at NYU Langone Medical Center, and a frequent NBC News contributor.
"Sadly, our politicians haven't said much for a long time about that.
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