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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Some Vaccine Books I've Read

In case you don't get around to reading all these books, I have. These in the photo are in my library.

The left side is more pro-vaccine choice.

The right side is more for the complete schedule.

A long time ago, I read making an Informed Vaccine Decision: A Parent's Guide to Childhood Shots by Mayer Einstein MD and How to Raise a Healthy Child in Spite of Your Doctor By the Robert Mendelsohn MD. Both of these books would be far to the left opposing vaccination and actually coming right out and saying "Don't Vaccinate".

Whether or not we agree on vaccinations, I know the issues. I'd rather you concentrate on learning about empowering birth and breastfeeding if you don't have time to read everything. I can help you make a good choice.

I've often wondered if pediatricians or other doctors visit my blog with an open mind or if the critical type follows me. All are welcome. Please come back.

1 comment:

LoneWolfArcher said...

I am just wondering if you are pro-vaccine or anti-vaccine. I will go back and read your previous posts.

When my daughter was born, we didn't know any better and she had all of her vaccinations up to age 1. After that I became informed and opted out.

Until now it hasn't been an issue (she just turned 8 and is home-schooled). But we just enrolled her into a charter school and I think they are going to want her to be up-to-date on vaccinations.

I'd really appreciate your input into this.

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