Eliminating some, but not all, vaccinations may ease parent fears

06/20/2008 | CNN

As more parents express concerns about childhood vaccines, more pediatricians are being flexible by offering alternative schedules in an effort to allay some fears. "It shouldn't be my way or the highway," said Dr. Kenneth Bock, a clinical family-medicine instructor at New York's Albany Medical College. "We can't say one size fits all. One size doesn't fit all."

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