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Vaccine Booster Argument

By Michael Hu
An HMS paper published this December in the Journal of Medical Ethics does a risk-benefit assessment of booster mandates, ultimately concluding that the mandates may have been misguided. Contrary to the intentions of the authors, the data now serves as material for conservative medical organizations like AFLDS  skeptical of Covid-19 vaccine efficacy.
An HMS paper published this December in the Journal of Medical Ethics does a risk-benefit assessment of booster mandates, ultimately concluding that the mandates may have been misguided. Contrary to the intentions of the authors, the data now serves as material for conservative medical organizations like AFLDS skeptical of Covid-19 vaccine efficacy.

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