This short article on “vaccine hesitancy” was submitted to the Vaccine Safety Quarterly (VSQ) Newsletter on 5/31/2020.Continue reading “An open letter to the medical profession”
It is a well-established fact that only 1% of vaccine reactions are reported. Here is an example of a post-vaccination adverse health outcome that should have been reported but was not.
The following is taken from email communications with a VaxCalc user (somebody whom I consider a warrior and friend) and published with her permission.Continue reading “Post-vaccination Crohn’s disease”
Doctors often prefer combination vaccines, which deliver multiple vaccinations in a single shot. For parents, this means fewer office visits.
But is this the best option for your child?Continue reading “Combo vaccines: convenience or safety?”
Is your doctor giving you cartoon-based advice about vaccination during pregnancy?
Here’s what I mean…Continue reading “Your doctor’s advice: cartoons or fine print?”
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Want a look inside look at how the CDC is training pediatricians to think about and to talk with “hesitant” parents about vaccines?Continue reading “Ever wonder how CDC trains pediatricians to think and talk?”