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Parents Who Veto Vaccinations Often Seek Like-Minded Opinions

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Parents Who Veto Vaccinations Often Seek Like-Minded Opinions

April 15, 2013

http://consumer.healthday.com/Article.asp?AID=675387

 

Source - HealthDay


Friends and family may be key in parents' decisions on whether to vaccinate their young children, a small study suggests. Dr. Douglas Opel, of Seattle Children’s Research Institute, discusses the study results. The study, of about 200 parents, found that those who had opted not to follow the standard vaccine schedule often sought advice from anti-vaccine friends and family.

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