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Unvaccinated adults cost the US more than $7 billion a year

(University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Vaccine-preventable diseases among adults cost the US economy $8.95 billion in 2015, and unvaccinated individuals are responsible for 80 percent, or $7.1 billion, of the tab, according to the most comprehensive analysis to date from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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