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I'm moving to the Cleveland area this summer and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for docs in the area who are supportive of delayed/selective vaccinations and know about proper intact care???

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I love my ped and he's very "parent-decides".  He is mainstream in that he would assume you will vaccinate and give birth in the hospital but there was no problems when we didn't do either.  I don't know about the intact care but I know that in the 11+ years I've been seeing him, he has always let me do the parenting and make the decision with no "guff".  If you're interested, PM me.  He is in Stow.


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