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When Your Doctor Is Wrong, Hepatitis B Vaccine and Autism
     

When Your Doctor Is Wrong, Hepatitis B Vaccine and Autism

by Judy Converse, Converse
 

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Does your child need hepatitis B vaccine? How safe is it? When Your Doctor Is Wrong... scrutinizes reportable data on the virus and the vaccine as it follows one child through the terrible maze of adversely reacting to this shot. His recovery is a must read for all families touched by autism, while the alarming news of the shot's inappropriateness for infants and

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Does your child need hepatitis B vaccine? How safe is it? When Your Doctor Is Wrong... scrutinizes reportable data on the virus and the vaccine as it follows one child through the terrible maze of adversely reacting to this shot. His recovery is a must read for all families touched by autism, while the alarming news of the shot's inappropriateness for infants and children will inform all parents. When Your Doctor Is Wrong... gives parents facts they need to vaccinate more safely.



About the Author

Judy Converse, MPH, RD is a licensed registered dietitian specializing in dietary intervention for autism. Her practice assists agencies and hospitals serving those with autism and provides therapeutic diets for affected children. She holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in nutrition and has worked in cardiac nutrition, diabetes, and infant/toddler nutrition. A vaccine safety advocate, she has testified before state and federal legislators on infant hepatitis B vaccination. She lives with husband Chris and son Ben, who survived a nearly fatal hepatitis B vaccine adverse reaction at birth.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401029739
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
06/28/2002
Pages:
296
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.67(d)

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Randall Neustaedter
A well written and arresting account that parents and the medical community need to see. This could be a breakthrough book about autism.

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