SANTA ANA >> The anti-vaccination movement is likely to blame for the recent measles outbreak linked to a Disneyland, according to research published Monday by the Journal of the American Medical Association’s Pediatrics publication. “The ongoing measles outbreak linked to the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, shines a glaring spotlight on our nation’s growing anti-vaccination movement and the prevalence of vaccination-hesitant parents,” the scientists wrote in the research paper.

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