I like what Dr. Sears has to say:
I know some people are concerned about conflict of interest (he makes money from a book) but he strikes a fairly moderate balance to me. He is neither hard line pro-vaccine (every child, all shots, on time) nor a non-vaxxer. He favours a delayed schedule.
His thoughts on autism:
Honestly, I've read ALL [doubt that, but I do bet he has read a lot] the research, and both sides present good data and good arguments. I'm not sure who is right at this point. Until I see enough evidence that shows vaccines are linked to autism, I certainly am not going to tell anyone that vaccines contribute to autism. But at the same time I can't say for sure that vaccines absolutely do NOT play any role at all in contributing to autism.
Edited by purslaine - 6/28/12 at 8:26pm