StaceyinLA Posted November 22, 2011 Share Posted November 22, 2011 Do you feel he has factual, scientific data to back the information presented? I'm asking because at dgs' 2 month checkup, the pediatrician talked to dd about vaccines. She wants to do selective/delayed. When she mentioned having read the book, he said there was really nothing scientific at all in the book. I just find it hard to believe that there are doctors so ingrained in their thinking they cannot even imagine another doctor presenting information that MIGHT offer factual information for the opposing viewpoint. So what say you? Factual data, or useless reading material? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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