Well, get your book bags packed and your shoes tied tight. It's about time to go back to school again.
Every fall, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention send out their reminders to parents to vaccinate their children. Different states have various vaccination requirements, mostly targeting mumps, measles, rubella, diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus and polio.
For many years, especially while many of these vaccinations were still being developed, the majority of the population relied solely on the CDC for their information about vaccines. In recent years, large groups of people have started to question the overall benefit of vaccinations. With so many people objecting to the mandatory shots, we turn to Dr Mayer Eisenstein. He says that kids CAN go to school WITHOUT vaccines.
Doctor Eisenstein is a graduate of the University of Illinois Medical School and the Medical College of Wisconsin School of Public Health. He's been practicing medicine for 42 years, caring for over 75 thousand people.