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<p>Hey there, Just moved down here from Lancaster, Pa. Expecting my first child Dec 7.. and have had a block on finding delayed or even no vaccine pediatrician. I saw peds in Durham... but was hoping to find one a little bit closer to N. Raleigh. Any help would be great!! Thanks!</p>
 

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<p>I'm not 100% sure what you want the Dr's to say or not say but I use Jeffers, Mann & Artman Peds, and we go to the Clayton division because we live in Clayton but they have several locations.  I will say that I've seen some peds in there that are less open minded than the one I LOVE but we use Dr Lori Langdon when we go in for anything.  We delay and selective vax and she's never once questioned me on, just smiles and says ok.</p>
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<p>You can read about them each in a bio on the JMA peds website as well and pick one to make the appts with based on that.  I don't know if Dr Langdon works at any of the other locations or not.  Dr Lobesio is great too (male).</p>
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<p>Dr Langdon has 4 or 5 kids, nursed them all until they weaned themselves, barely watch TV and are very natural minded, hell I'd drive to the location she was at just to use her, personally.</p>
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<p>Good luck mama!!!</p>
 

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<p>I think a lot of MDC mamas in the Raleigh/Cary area like Dr Cindy Young. She's a MDC member, too! Hopefully someone who sees her or maybe Dr Young herself will chime in and tell you more about her. I'm not in Raleigh so not a patient of hers.</p>
 

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<p>Seems like a lot of people like Dr. Jeffries in N. Raleigh but if I remember correctly, there was a post recently that he wasn't accepting new patients?  Maybe you can call and find out for sure.  I think he's very open to all kinds of things.  <a href="http://www.doctorjeffries.com/" target="_blank">http://www.doctorjeffries.com/</a></p>
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<p>I see Cindy Young in Cary and love her but I would think she would be QUITE a hike from N. Raleigh - maybe just as far as Durham Peds was for you.</p>
 

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<p>I didn't realize there was a Dr in Clayton that was ok with delayed/no vax. I drive to all the way to Cary to go to Dr. Young. I like her a lot so we'll stay there but it's good to know there's also one near by. </p>
 

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<p>Hi, I am also from PA. North of Scranton, and just moved down last year!</p>
<p>We see Dr, Young in Cary. She is awesome, and rad at the same time.<img alt="smile.gif" src="http://files.mothering.com/images/smilies/smile.gif">  No vacs..no problems..</p>
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<p>We moved from NY in August.  I haven't been to Dr Young yet, but that is who I plan to go to.  </p>
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<p>My husband's coworker asked me if I had found a pedi yet, since her son is almost 2 and she still hasn't found one she liked.  I told her about Dr Young, and she got an appointment very fast and was very happy.  They live in N Raleigh, so I don't know what the commute was but i guess it was worth their while.  </p>
 
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