Charles Goodman

Los Angeles pediatrician

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Los Angeles pediatrician, he's also a mathematician and teaches mathematics at Moorpark Community College

Charles Goodman on KCRW

Measles outbreaks used to occur in low-income areas where parents couldn't afford vaccinations. Now, they're happening in the wealthy suburbs of Orange and Los Angeles Counties.

New Focus on Vaccination Rates at Child Care Centers

Measles outbreaks used to occur in low-income areas where parents couldn't afford vaccinations. Now, they're happening in the wealthy suburbs of Orange and Los Angeles Counties.

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