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As an E. coli outbreak ravages across state lines, the media has largely been silent. Reports on this plague of food-borne illness are few and far between, even though over 100 people have already been infected. Where are the warnings and the public outcry? When even one child has measles, there is a media frenzy about vaccination and the alleged health apocalypse that will soon strike if we don't fall in line, roll up our sleeves and get injected. The CDC isn't even suggesting that people limit their ground beef consumption - even though investigators believe it to be the source of infection. Both illnesses can be contagious - and only one of them is being spread through a contaminated food supply. Instead of even giving the E. coli outbreak the time of day, it appears the pro-vaccine media has chosen to focus their attention on measles - perhaps because there is no E. coli vaccine to push and no anti-vaccine fear-mongering to be had. If it doesn't fit the narrative, it basically...