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#1 of 5 Old 02-22-2007, 05:41 PM - Thread Starter
 
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THESE are the Most current books on Vaccines

Does anyone have an opinion on any of them? I'm hesitant to read any older than 2003 due to all the "changes" that have been made... Can anyone recommend any of these?

Vaccine The Controversial Story of Medicine's Greatest Lifesaver (Hardcover)
by Arthur Allen Jan 2007

Vaccines (Hardcover)
by Ken R. Wells Nov 2006

White Lies A Tale of Babies, Vaccines, and Deception (Hardcover)
by Sarah Collins Honenberger Nov 2006

Immunofacts 2007 Vaccines and Immunologic Drugs
by John D. Grabenstein / Paperback / Sept 2006 / ISBN 1574392514

The Chickenpox Vaccine A New Epidemic of Disease and Corruption
by Mark Orrin; Gary S. Goldman Ph. D. / Paperback / Aug 2006 / ISBN 0978838319


The Vaccine Controversy The History, Use, and Safety of Vaccinations
by Kurt Link / Hardcover / July 2005 / ISBN 0275984729

The Virus and the Vaccine Contaminated Vaccine, Deadly Cancers, and Government Neglect
by Debbie Bookchin; Jim Schumacher / Paperback / July 2005 / ISBN 0312342721

Raising a Vaccine Free Child
by Wendy Lydall / Paperback / Feb 2005 / ISBN 1418450170

Vaccine Safety Research Date Access and Public Trust
by Institute of Medicine / Paperback / Jan 2005 / ISBN 0309095913

Vaccines
by Clay Farris Naff / Hardcover / Nov 2004 / ISBN 0737719699

Immunization Safety Review Vaccines And Autism
by Not Available / Paperback / Sept 2004 / ISBN 030909237X

Vaccines, Autism and Childhood Disorders Crucial Data That Could Save Your Child's Life
by Neil Z. ****** / Paperback / Apr 2003 / ISBN 1881217329

Vaccines What You Should Know
by Paul A. Offit; Louis M. Bell / Paperback / Jan 2003 / ISBN 0471420042

When Your Doctor Is Wrong Hepatitis B Vaccine & Autism
by Judy Converse / Paperback / June 2002 / ISBN 1401029736

The Vaccine Guide Risks and Benefits for Children and Adults
by Randall Neustaedter / (Paperback) - Revised Ed. / Sept 2002 / ISBN 1556434235

Vaccines Are They Really Safe and Effective?
by Neil Z. ******; George R. Schwartz; Harold E. Buttram / (Paperback) - Revised Ed. / Jan 2002 / ISBN 1881217302

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You about Children's Vaccinations
by Stephanie Cave; Deborah Mitchell / Paperback / Sept 2001 / ISBN 0446677078

Vaccinations A Thoughtful Parent's Guide: How to Make Safe, Sensible Decisions about the Risks, Benefits, and Alternatives
by Aviva Jill Romm / Paperback / Jan 2001 / ISBN 0892819316
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I've read the very last one and like it a lot. She also has a lot of info on herbal medicine in the later chapters.
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The Vaccine Guide Risks and Benefits for Children and Adults
by Randall Neustaedter / (Paperback) - Revised Ed. / Sept 2002 / ISBN 1556434235- I like it a lot- was my first source of info and support! :0 I gave it to my DSIL- she still did not return it!
Vaccines Are They Really Safe and Effective?
by Neil Z. ******; George R. Schwartz; Harold E. Buttram / (Paperback) - Revised Ed. / Jan 2002 / ISBN 1881217302
gives you straigt forward information, you should do some research before reading this one. It does not give you any third info- just straight facts!
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I'm currently reading What Your Doctor May Not Tell You about Children's Vaccinations and I think it's great. Very easy read and the vocabulary is simple. You know, sometimes these books contain way too much medical terminology that it could discourage you from reading it. It's also divided into sections making it easy to look back and find a quick fact or something. I highly recommend it.
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I've read:
Raising a Vaccine Free Child
by Wendy Lydall / Paperback / Feb 2005 / ISBN 1418450170

What Your Doctor May Not Tell You about Children's Vaccinations
by Stephanie Cave; Deborah Mitchell / Paperback / Sept 2001 / ISBN 0446677078

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Vaccinations A Thoughtful Parent's Guide: How to Make Safe, Sensible Decisions about the Risks, Benefits, and Alternatives
by Aviva Jill Romm / Paperback / Jan 2001 / ISBN 0892819316

The one by Romm being my favorite, but they are all very worth your time. I also read Just A Little Prick by Hilary Butler - a terrific book! Another one that I liked a lot, although it is older, is A Shot in the Dark by H. Coulter and B. L. Fisher. This is the one that started my questioning the vaccine issue when my oldest was a baby 8 years ago.

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