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Just to play Devil's Advocate, what about if the poster claims they have had no vaccines and something happens that requires medical treatment? For example, a deep wound from a rusty pitchfork--they would think the child needed the post-tetanus shot for those without immunity versus the booster (or no shot) for those who have had the DTaP immunizations.
I recently had to submit a consent to treat form to our local hospital that asks for DTaP info. We have had one Td but are claiming a religious exemption. I didn't want to muddy the waters and asked my daughter's doc about it. She told me not to write anything down for the DTaP dates, as if we had never had any of the vax. I think it might be different if you have had the whole course.
|So my question is: If I use the religious exemption, how do I justify that my "religion" condones some vaccines but not others?|
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