Child's best shot
manual intended for use by medical persons and parents explains
the benefits of vaccinations. It dispels much of the anti vaccination
myths that are still circulated in Canada by various groups. It
breaks up the various childhood vaccinations into the benefits and
limitations of immunizations.
By being frank it is hoped that
parents will agree to immunize their children. This information should
be read by all primary care practioners, nurses, and public health
officials. My only problem with this book is that this book should
be cheaper since the information is so important that many parents
might not choose to purchase this book. I would strongly recommend
this to anyone who has concerns about immunization as it very competently
addresses these concerns.