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January 11th, 2013, 12:08 PM
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You might want to read the Dr Sears book on Vaccines. That was what I used when I wanted to build an alternate vax schedule. It does NOT put you off vaccines but it also doesn't make you feel pressured into getting them. I really got no bias one way or the other from reading it. My kids pedi now said even if you use a delayed vax schedule it's easy to get them all their vaccines by time they start school. Oh, a few friends of mine also look at vax schedules from other countries to get an idea. Someone here mentioned earlier that Japan has seen some benefits from changing their schedule to one that is more delayed. Might help to take a look at how they do it there to help inspire your personal plan?
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