Understanding Childhood Vaccine Schedule Options
The American Academy of Pediatrics also says the required extra visits to the pediatrician—five for the CDC's schedule versus a dozen for Dr. Sears' schedule before the child turns 2 years old—will discourage completion of the vaccination process.
Information on Dr. Sears' website recommends parents educate themselves. "Before proceeding with the full regular vaccine schedule, I encourage parents to become fully informed about each disease and vaccine so they can understand the safest way to vaccinate their children."
If you were the parent of a young child, would you follow the CDC's schedule, Dr. Sears' schedule or not allow any vaccines? Share your opinion in the comments section below.