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Is it right for a pediatrician to dismiss a patient if the child's parents refuse vaccinations?


If parents say no to a pediatrician's vaccine schedule, should they get another physician?

Should a pediatrician be able to say he can no longer treat a child whose parents say no to routine, scheduled vaccinations? What do you think? Weigh in below in the comments section.

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