El movimiento anti-vacunas y la anti-ciencia como amenaza para la Salud Pública

  • Julián Alfredo Fernández Niño Universidad del Norte
  • Hernando Baquero Universidad del Norte
Palabras clave: anti-vacunas, salud pública

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2019-04-10