Physicians Being Trained With User-Friendly Guide To Deal With Anti-Vaccine Parents
By: Dave Mihalovic
Parents who wish to opt-out from mandatory vaccination schedules at their doctor’s office will soon be labeled as anti-vaccine parents in need of further enlightenment. The Clinician’s Guide to the Anti-Vaccinationists’ Galaxy, published in the journal Human Immunology attempts to address and convince anti-vaccine parents that their misconceptions about vaccinations are based on myths.
In the limited time of an office visit, how can a primary care physician possibly make their case to parents that their child should be vaccinated? Especially with all the informed and educated parents who don’t want their children injected with known neurotoxins, immunotoxins, carcinogens and infertility chemicals, what is a doctor to do?
Well, a Mayo Clinic vaccine advocate and pediatrician (of course) offers suggestions for refuting what he considers three of the most common myths about vaccines.
Their article, The Clinician’s Guide to the Anti-Vaccinationists’ Galaxy, is published online in the journal Human Immunology.
“Primary care physicians have less time than most to explain the scientific case for vaccination. This article gives them the background and tools to debunk some of the major myths,” says lead author Gregory Poland, M.D., Mayo Clinic vaccinologist.
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