Real doctors show us just how fed up they are on Jimmy Kimmel's late-night show.
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Jimmy Kimmel noticed something silly going on in California...

And he got serious about it. Well, as serious as Jimmy Kimmel can get.


It's true. And not just in California either.

Haha. That's funny. And obviously he's joking...

That part is no joke. Measles is back.

Interesting, Jimmy. But you're not a doctor!

He's not really a credible source on vaccine stuff, and he doesn't expect us to take medical advice from him. (That seems like a terrible idea, actually.) But he does wanna get doctors involved in the vaccine debate, cause, like, they go to school for this stuff.

So he invited a group of real doctors onto his show to talk vaccines.

Hear them out and decide for yourself! And apologies in advance if you haven't finished "Breaking Bad."*

UPDATE: The video made some people very, very angry...

...people who are against vaccinations, specifically (which there seem to quite a few of these days). There were tweets and comments and lots of Internet freak-out over what the doctors had to say about the vaccine debate.

Jimmy Kimmel got so much feedback, it prompted him to update his message.

Because of course he wants to have the last word. You can watch it here:

*You should still finish "Breaking Bad." It is soooo good.

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