It's a very long article, chock full of lies/deception the pedi's inform parents with...it continues in link provided..when you go to the site, a warning box will come up first, about it being an adult discussion, simply click, you understand and continue..
Case #1: Parents currently refusing all vaccines for theirinfant & considering an alternative schedule
Clearly explain the lack of scientific evidence for a causalrelationship between vaccines and autism.
List useful facts that can allay parental fears that multiple vaccinesoverwhelm the immune system.c)Clearly explain the risks of “natural immunity”.d)Identify resources to facilitate conversations with patients and towhich you can refer patients.
Both parents come into the office with their first-born daughter who is now 2months old. They are here for a well-child exam. The child was born at termand the pregnancy and delivery were uncomplicated. The parents appear tobe upper-middle class and well educated. The exam and discussion go welluntil you start to bring up the subject of immunizations. The parents statethat they have decided to delay vaccination and are considering analternative vaccine schedule in the future.
Question 1: How do you start the conservation about the parents’concerns?Answer:
It is important to validate the parents concern, not to simplydismiss them. A helpful place to start is finding out what their specificconcerns are and where the parents are getting their information.Frequently stated concerns among parents about vaccines that you mightanticipate include:
Vaccines cause autism
Vaccines cause other developmental problems
Vaccines overwhelm the immune system
We give too many vaccines too soon
Vaccine immunity in inferior and natural immunity is better
The recommended vaccine schedule is manipulated by pharmaceuticalcompanies to sell vaccine. The government and medical communityare part of the conspiracy
What can you say to address the concern that vaccines cause autism orother developmental problems?
on May. 6, 2012 at 9:31 AM