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#1 of 2 Old 07-18-2010, 12:11 AM - Thread Starter
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After doing much research I have decided on selective vaccination. There are some that I want my children to have but there are several that I feel are completely unnecessary. I live in PA. The doctors like to push the "it's required for school" as a reason to vaccinate. We want to home-school but due to a business we may end up running(will post about in another forum after getting clarification from mods) it probably will not be possible. How can I go about an exemption for school in my state if we are only refusing some? Also in PA is opting out of the vaccine registry possible? If I opt-out can I have current information removed?

To date my children are almost fully vaxed. The only exception is DD2 did not receive pentacil. I found that the doctor was being deceptive about the vax and I needed to research.
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#2 of 2 Old 07-18-2010, 01:50 PM
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Also in PA is opting out of the vaccine registry possible?------NO, best is to stay out of it- you need to ask if your Dr. or school district ops IN! If I opt-out can I have current information removed?

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