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Dr. Robert Jacobson, Chair of Pediatrics at Mayo Clinic, discusses the parents role in decision making related to vaccines.
Dr. Robert Jacobson talks about required and recommended vaccines for children and adolescents.
Dr. Robert Jacobson shares information about new studies that show vaccines do not cause autism.
Dr. Robert Jacobson talks about whether or not children need to wait for vaccines if they are ill.
Dr. Robert Jacobson talks about concerns parents have related to mercury and vaccines.
Dr. Robert Jacobson tells parents what side effects to watch for and how to prevent common side effects such as fever and redness at the injection site.
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