Study: Doctors may influence parents' decision on vaccinations

05/7/2009 | Yahoo!

A U.S. study found that parents who talked to pediatricians about the risks and benefits of having their children vaccinated were more likely to agree to the vaccines than those who were not advised by doctors. The finding shows the important role that doctors can play in addressing parental concerns about child immunization.

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