A couple months ago, Marin County Health and Human Services brought nurses, immunization information and almost a hundred doses of the measles vaccine to a clinic in the San Geronimo Valley: free preventive healthcare. Four people showed up.

This was despite advice from the medical community to get vaccinated for the measles outbreak and documented information that . . .

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