Do Vaccines Cause That?! A Guide for Evaluating Vaccine Safety Concerns Book FB2 Popular Formats Martin G Myers

Date of Publication: May 12th 2008 by Immunizations for Public Health Author: Martin G. Myers
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Language: English Original Book Title: Do Vaccines Cause That?! A Guide for Evaluating Vaccine Safety Concerns
Do Vaccines Cause That?!: A Guide for Evaluating Vaccine Safety Concerns
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Book's Category: Uncategorised Additional Info: Paperback, 268 pages




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Do Vaccines Cause Autism, Asthma, Diabetes? Get straight, science-based answers to this and other questions about the safety of vaccines. In this book you will find the facts--no advocating hype or anti-vaccine propaganda.You will discover how to:
* Balance the risks and benefits of immunizations for your child.
* Recognize red flags that should raise alarms about vaccinDo Vaccines Cause Autism, Asthma, Diabetes? Get straight, science-based answers to this and other questions about the safety of vaccines. In this book you will find the facts--no advocating hype or anti-vaccine propaganda.You will discover how to:
* Balance the risks and benefits of immunizations for your child.
* Recognize red flags that should raise alarms about vaccine- related information you read in the media.
* Determine whether or not a vaccine is the cause of an adverse event or disease.
* Find up-to-date, complete, and scientifically valid information about vaccines so you can make informed decisions about immunizations.This guide will help you sort through all the misinformation that makes it hard to decide what's best for your child's health."A detailed look at all the controversies swirling around vaccines. It should be required reading for parents who have vaccine concerns."
Ari Brown, MD, FAAP, Pediatrician and author of Baby 411"An extremely clear, well-researched and detailed examination of vaccine safety issues that effectively rebuts anti-vaccine misinformation while acknowledging and explaining the rare adverse events that can result from childhood immunizations. I wish every new parent would read this book. I hope that every professional who talks to parents about vaccination will read it."
Arthur Allen, author, Vaccine: the Controversial Story of Medicine's Greatest Lifesaver (WW Norton, 2007)"This book is an amazing compendium on the state of scientific knowledge of the vaccine safety issues of concern to parents. WELL DONE!"
Edgar K. Marcuse, MD, MPH Professor of Pediatrics, Children's Hospital and Medical Center, Seattle

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