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Jul 24, 2017wow. what insight and information! explained simply and clearly in a short book. Thank I came across this!
Oct 13, 2008The book was overall informative, but I definitely wouldn't say it was wholly unbiased.
Mar 24, 2015I read this book in the hopes of learning more about the other side of the vaccination debate, given the recent outbreak of measles. The author is a doctor, so I assumed she would provide thorough scientific explanations and at the very minimum answer the questions listed on the back of the book's cover (example: "do vaccines really cause autism?"). She fails to do so - much of the writing is fluff.
Mar 04, 2008Dr. Feder offers fair descriptions of common childhood vaccines. This book includes information about the diseases, treatments, vaccine options, arguments for and against each vaccine, and side effects of each vaccine. This book was just what I was looking for - an informative collection of vaccine facts, without bias, so we could make our own decisions.
Aug 23, 2010Lauren Feder is a physician trained in both standard and holistic medicine. She gives both pro and anti-vaccination viewpoints. She also discusses the role of Government, Pharmaceutical Companies and Insurance. She offers an easy to understand discussion on the pros and anti vaccinations, side effects and possible remedies. A must for all parents.
Jan 21, 2009A great introduction to the issue of childhood vaccinations. The author is a holistic pediatrician who chose not to vaccinate her children. It's a quick read with concrete recommendations for parents on either side of the question. However, the title says it all; it is, indeed, a concise guide. Reading it is like tipping your toe in the topic. I found it to be a great starting point.
Oct 06, 2009It felt like a balanced view that just presented the facts, but I could be biased. It was informative and helpful. I feel like we'll be able to make wise decisions about vaccinating as we interact with JJ's pediatrician.
Jul 24, 2016This book was very informative and non-biased about giving parents the facts on common childhood diseases and vaccinations. It was very helpful about helping my husband and I decide what route to take for childhood vaccinations for our twin girls.
Aug 05, 2008This little tract is skinny so a lot of things needed to be left out, light real discussion and citations. If you are certain that you don't want any vaccinations for your child, read this one and stop. Otherwise make it a part of your reasearch, call it a bookend.
Feb 01, 2011useful. somewhat non-biased presentation of pros & cons of vaccines by a homeopathic pediatrician. Good charts on the risks and benefits for each vaccine and the risks with the associated disease/condition
May 05, 2010I found this book to be a good guide for a person who is concerned about vaccine safety. It even had some information that the very thorough The Vaccine Book by Robert Sears didn't have.
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