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#1 of 5 Old 04-25-2007, 01:55 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I am interested in more reliable/factual information re. specific vaccinations and instance of disease, etc. I have read 'What Your doctor may not tell you...' by Stephanie Cave, as well as a good deal of the CDC info on some of the diseases. I guess I have just had a hard time finding good information (not alarmist or fear based on either side- that really turns me off) that has convinced me to not vax at all.

We are currently following the alternate schedule in Stephanie Cave's book, but I am open to not doing any more if I can find information that I feel is convincing enough. Our ped. is very pro vax of course, but I find the information that he gives to be very one sided and I am skeptical of his reluctance to concede to more than a 'very minimal risk' involved with giving all vaccines in large doses at a time to every child. TIA for any info.

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I found Dr. Jay Gordon's vaccination DVD to be very informative without all of the fear-mongering. That really turns me off too. It had very good info on the relative risks of the diseases, history of some of the vaccines, which vaccines one might want to consider, based on circumstances. You can find the DVD here:

http://www.childcaremedia.com/dvdproducts.php
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My very favorite article is A User-Friendly Vaccination Schedule:
http://www.lewrockwell.com/******/miller15.html

Hope this helps!

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I found Dr. Jay Gordon's vaccination DVD to be very informative without all of the fear-mongering. That really turns me off too. It had very good info on the relative risks of the diseases, history of some of the vaccines, which vaccines one might want to consider, based on circumstances. You can find the DVD here:

http://www.childcaremedia.com/dvdproducts.php
I am interested in watching this DVD. I checked the website and it is about $25.00. Netflix and my local library do not have copies. Would anyone be interested in selling me their original copy for around $15? I have Paypal. Feel free to PM me. Thank you!
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My very favorite article is A User-Friendly Vaccination Schedule:
http://www.lewrockwell.com/******/miller15.html

Hope this helps!
If you go to his website he has updated his recommendations to just polio as the other vaccines are either not available alone or alone without thimerisol. I emailed him and got a response just this weekend. He thinks he is going to change his mind on the polio after further research and only reccomend small pox in the event of an outbreak.


Just thought you may like to know the most current info...
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