What is the process if I want my son to be with other kids to develop antibodies to what they have? Does that make sense? If a kid was recently vaxed for something and my kid rubs up against them for a little while, will he get sick with their strain and develop antibodies? Are there some dangers and precautions that should be taken? My ds was bf for 4 yrs and rarely gets sick. Any suggestions or ideas?
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