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Old 07-20-2010, 10:28 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I do not vaccinate my kids, and I am completely comfortable with that. But I was wondering, does anybody know where I can find reliable information about how to treat certain illnesses, such as measles, mumps, pertussis, etc.? The few doctors I have spoken to do not seem to know ANYTHING about treatment. Any tips on where to find this information, whether it's books or something else? THANKS!

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Since this is about treatment of illnesses & not vaccines I'm going to move it over to H&H.
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Ok, sorry.

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I haven't found a single source yet but right here in MDC seems to be a good source of info... by searching the threads.

I've also moved my kids to a non-vaxing pedi who I am hoping would be more well-versed on treatments... for example knowing not to give fever reducers for measles. Even though I have to pay totally out of pocket, I think it's worth it.

But really, I think MDC archives are my backup plan so far...

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