All fifty states allow doctors to write medical exemptions to state mandates to getting vaccines for school or daycare.
Medical Exemptions for Vaccines
In the real world, there should be very few reasons to get a medical exemption for a vaccine. They should mostly include the vaccine contraindications and precautions that are listed for each vaccine.
They typically wouldn’t include having undergone MTHFR genetic testing, having a history of eczema, or a cousin with autism, etc.
More on Medical Exemptions for Vaccines
- A Legislative Guide to Advocating for Stronger Vaccine Laws
- Is a Family History of Altered Immunocompetence a Contraindication to Getting Vaccinated?
- Who Should Write Your Child’s Medical Exemption for Vaccines?
- Dear Colleague letter regarding guidelines for use of immunization exemptions
- School Exemption Laws by State
- Medical exemptions to vaccine mandates for sale after SB277!
- Screening for Vaccine Reactions
- Exemption Abuse – Too many kindergarteners aren’t getting vaccinated.
- The problem of nonmedical exemptions to school vaccine mandates
- Study – Medical exemptions to school immunization requirements in the United States–association of state policies with medical exemption rates (2004-2011)
- California SB276 – legislation to reduce vaccine medical exemption abuse
- After SB 277, medical exemptions to vaccine mandates for sale, courtesy of Dr. Bob Sears
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