Too Many Too Soon is an easy vaccine myth to fall for.
Dr. Jay Gordon, Hollywood’s pediatrician, often pushes this anti-vaccine myth, saying:
“…the idea of vaccinating everybody in America, every child in America, at six weeks of age with six or seven different vaccines, ’cause you know we’re adding one, that’s not the best medicine. We don’t give six of anything else. We don’t give six antibiotics.”
Of course, he is wrong. Protecting infants against eight vaccine-preventable diseases is a great idea and has been proven safe over and over again.
For more information:
- Too Many, Too Soon
- The final nail in the coffin for the antivaccine rallying cry “Too many too soon”?
- Study Concludes Concern Over “Too Many, Too Soon” is Unfounded
- Do Children Get Too Many Immunizations? The Answer is No.
- Vaccines – Too Few, Too Late
- Risk of autism is NOT increased with “too many vaccines”
- Overwhelming The Immune System
- Antigen Counts in Vaccines
- Dr. Paul Offit’s Quote on Getting 100,000 Vaccines at Once
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