Response of clinic nurse when I told her that family doctor had recommended we discontinue DPT with my son who had 104.5 fever and screamed for 24 hours afterward "Oh, that's considered a normal reaction. Only if the fever is over 105 or they scream for 48 hours is it a problem."
The funniest part? The clinic doctor got wind of all this (nurse went out to talk to him) and then said he refused to vaccinate my son. However, they wanted me to sign something saying I refused to have him vaccinated. I said, "But you just said you refuse to vaccinate him. Why do I have to sign this?" "In case he ever get's the disease, we have to prove that you refused" "Wait - my doctor said not to give it and you are refusing to vaccinate him, why am I signing this?" Doctor (deep sigh) "Fine, just bring in a doctor's note saying we shouldn't vaccinate him." [this happend in Israel btw]
My favorite was the school nurse here in the US to a friend (married to an MD no less) who was selectively vaccinating 'No, you have to give all the recommended vaccinations or you have to homeschool. There is no exemption in our state.' To which my friend replied 'You are not going to convince me that "Chava X" [me!] gave these "farkakta" vaccinations to her kids and she's got her kids enroled here! There has to be an exemption.' To which the nurse beat a hasty retreat saying 'Well, I can't tell you what Mrs. X is doing, but I'll get you the forms for the exemption ....[which they had right in the school office!]'