Association of vaccine-related attitudes and beliefs between parents and health care providers.

@article{Mergler2013AssociationOV,
  title={Association of vaccine-related attitudes and beliefs between parents and health care providers.},
  author={Michelle J. Mergler and Saad B. Omer and William K Y Pan and Ann Marie Navar-Boggan and Walter A. Orenstein and Edgar K. Marcuse and James A. Taylor and M Patricia Dehart and Terrell C Carter and Anthony Damico and Neal A. Halsey and Daniel A Salmon},
  journal={Vaccine},
  year={2013},
  volume={31 41},
  pages={
          4591-5
        }
}

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