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Okay this may have already been asked, but it's late and I have looked for a specific thread on books and not yet found it, so I thought I would just ask...

What books do you guys consider "must reads" for your vax research?

I have seen books mentioned here and there, but would love to see a compiled list of tried and true literature that have been helpful and enlightening to other mommas.

Thanx guys!!
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Hello and welcome! Here's a list from the archives (posted by tracy)

The Vaccine Guide: Making an Informed Choice by Randall Neustaedter, Randall the Immunization Decision Neusdaedter (Paperback)

How to Raise a Healthy Child in Spite of Your Doctor by Robert S. Mendelsohn (Paperback)

Vaccines: Are They Really Safe and Effective by Neil Z. ******, et al (Paperback)

Jamie Murphy. What Every Parent Should know about Childhood Immunization

The Immunization Resource Guide : Where to Find Answers to All Your Questions about Childhood Vaccinations by Diane Rozario (Paperback)

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Children's Vaccinations by Stephanie Cave, Deborah Mitchell (Contributor) (Paperback)

Vaccinations: A Thoughtful Parent's Guide: How to Make Safe, Sensible Decisions about the Risks, Benefits, and Alternatives by Aviva Jill Romm (Paperback)

I think I've read them all except "The immunization resource guide." I really liked Cave's book, even though she's not anti-vax.
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Raising a Vaccine-Free Child, By: Wendy Lydall

-An excellent book, with tons of great historical information, as well as practical infor on how to treat your child in the event of a childhood disease

Vaccines: The Risks, the Benefits, the Choices, By: Sherri Tenpenny
Vaccines: What CDC Documents and Science Reveal

-I am only about halfway through the first of these two DVDs, but they are full of great information, all taken straight from the CDC- good for a DH who hates to read! A bit boring though- it is like a powerpoint presentation on dvd

Evidence of Harm, By: David Kirby

-This book reads like a novel, and it quite interesting

I also read Stephanie Cave's book, it was the first vax book I read, and I would also recommend it.

Amy, mommy to Ava, 6, Gavin, 4, Lila, 2, and Baby #4 due in early November! joy.gif
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Thanks!! These give me a lot of good summer reads!!
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