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The Vaccine Book - Robert W. Sears

The Vaccine Book

By Robert W. Sears

  • Release Date: 2011-10-26
  • Genre: Parenting
Score: 4
From 71 Ratings



The Vaccine Book offers parents a fair, impartial, fact-based resource from the most trusted name in pediatrics. Dr. Bob devotes each chapter in the book to a disease/vaccine pair and offers a comprehensive discussion of what the disease is, how common or rare it is, how serious or harmless it is, the ingredients of the vaccine, and any possible side effects from the vaccine.

This completely revised edition offers: Updated information on each vaccine and disease More detail on vaccines' side effects Expanded discussions of combination vaccines A new section on adult vaccines Additional options for alternative vaccine schedules A guide to Canadian vaccinations
The Vaccine Book provides exactly the information parents want and need as they make their way through the vaccination maze.


  • Great book for research for vaccines

    By emebeecher
    We are following the doctor sears method it for shots and I absolutely love it
  • THE book to read on vaccines

    By HMHou
    This is by far the most informative, unbiased source of information on vaccines I have found. Anyone who is unsure about vaccinating and/or just needs to learn more before deciding whether or not they are going to fully vaccinate should read this book.
  • A huge help

    By Serbsican
    I recently gave birth to my first born and as any concerned mother was absolutely mortified to vaccinate do to the bad press. I feel much better after reading this book as I feel much more knowledgable about the risks and benefits of vaccinating. After researching on my own through countless articles pro vs. anti, it only created more frustration and left me more confused and misinformed than ever. I am grateful to have come across such easy to read and informational material. This is defiantly a book to keep for future reference and hope Dr. Sears continues his research as vaccination schedules may change overtime, or new worthy research has been presented.