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What are the pros and cons of a chicken-pox party vs immunization?
Growing up in the US, most kids I knew (myself included) were exposed to Chicken Pox through Chicken-Pox parties where kids were allowed to play with a child who already had the Chicken Pox. Now that ...
May 17 '11 at 17:59
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