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The Vaccine Guide: Making an Informed Choice

4.06 of 5 stars 4.06  ·  rating details  ·  79 ratings  ·  12 reviews
Provides information on various childhood immunizations, discusses conventional and homeopathic vaccines, and reviews legal requirements.
Paperback, 250 pages
Published February 1st 1996 by North Atlantic Books
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I am pretty sure I read this whole book. It contains great information about vaccines. We need to question the custom of simply vaccinating our children at birth. This book helps us see why that may not always be the best decision.
Amber Scott
very informative and comparatively unbiased. goes over the illness vaccines and such. a great book for every vaccine choice. also discusses what is done in other countries which American medicine generally turns its nose up at.
I found my old reading records from the time I was studying midwifery.
Explanation of each vaccine (at that time) and many links to original studies for more research.
read this book before you get any vaccines for yourself or your children!

pros and cons of most all of the vaccines offered here in the states is presented in a rational and bias-free manner. most doctors in the states are extremely biased on these issues in ways that are potentially harmful to your kids!
Easy to read, clearly written and thoroughly researched.
Excellent information.
This book is interesting, informative, incomplete, and definitely biased. It identifies problems in the medical and pharmaceutical system but doesn't give them fair consideration, as though people in power created the problems on purpose.
Good theory, bad science. Too bad the author did the same kind of bad reading of studies as those he critiques. It really would have been enough to point out the bad science of the pro-vaccine crowd and stand
Jenni Wilson
Excellent information and down-to-earth recommendations. Our family has found it to be very useful. My MD husband and I both thought his data was very well presented.
Lisa Olivera
Helpful resource. Risks and benefits for both children and adults. An unbiased approach to educate you so that you can make your own decisions.
good information, not entirely one sided
Apr 20, 2008 Allyson rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
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