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Well the counter what she saw as misinformation on Ohio doctor took her pro vaccine message to the internet CBS is doctor John the Polk says it did not go unnoticed we know that vaccines don't cause autism and it's important for that message to get out there doctor Nicole Baldwin says she was concerned about the impact of misleading anti vaccine posts on social media so she created tictoc now has more than one point four million views she and her staff quickly became targets I have been the subject of a tsunami of negative comments on all of my social media one social media user called Baldwin Public Enemy number one and another commenter told the pediatrician to stop killing our kids with vaccines there is really very little recourse Renee duress stays a technical research manager at the Stanford internet observatory what happens when the cost of physicians putting out statements to counter misinformation is that they themselves become the subject of harassment campaigns tick tock said we remove misinformation that could cause harm to an individual's health or wider public