Children can receive medical exemptions from the childhood immunization schedule. This would allow a child not to receive specific or all childhood vaccines based upon specific safety concerns for your child.
If your child has allergies, autoimmune illness, cancer, diabetes, learning disabilities, speech and language delays, attentional or memory issues, coordination difficulty, and/or autism, please continue to educate yourself and consider asking your doctor to complete a medical exemption.
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