Strong Beliefs About Vaccines Work Both Ways

Sometimes, Dr. Andrew Lieber has to tell his patients that it just isn't working out. When parents refuse to vaccinate their children in spite of his efforts to convince them of the benefits of immunity, he reluctantly lets them go. "By four months, if I can't help you come to terms with the scientific fact that vaccines are helpful, then I've done my job educating you," Lieber, a pediatrician with Rose Pediatrics in Denver, told MedPage Today. At that point, he'll tell them to find another...Full Story
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