Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

Doctor who treated Oregon boy with tetanus wants vaccines to be mandatory

Originally aired: Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Category: News
Colleen O'Brien talks with Dr. Carl Eriksson, a critical care pediatrician who was part of the team that saved the life of a six-year-old child with tetanus in Oregon. After 47 days in the ICU and a bill of $811,929, the parents still do not want their child to receive any vaccinations.

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