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        In the article by Limaye et al (“Communicating with Vaccine Hesitant Parents: A Narrative Review,” Vol 21 No 4S, May/June 2021 pages S24-S29), author Sean T. O'Leary's name was misspelled. The correct spelling is Sean T. O'Leary. We regret any confusion that this error may have caused.

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        • Communicating With Vaccine-Hesitant Parents: A Narrative Review
          Academic PediatricsVol. 21Issue 4
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            Although vaccines are considered one of the most effective medical interventions to prevent vaccine preventable disease and associated morbidity and mortality, a number of recent outbreaks are threatening the gains made by vaccines. Vaccine hesitancy is a key driver of vaccine refusal and has been associated with vaccine preventable outbreaks. While parents seek information from many sources to inform their vaccine decision-making process, they continue to view their child's pediatric provider as a trusted source of vaccine information.
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