I have heard over the years that doctors do not study vaccines much in medical school. A few years ago, I tutored a doctor’s children and asked her what she thought about vaccines. She became very defensive and told me that the polio vaccine has been very helpful in stopping polio. I decided to not pursue the subject further with her. This person did some investigating and has come up with these conclusions:
Their main idea is, “How many doctors have studied vaccines more than 2 hours?” They say that out of 6,700 pages studied, 4 pages discuss vaccines. Specialized doctors like OB/Gyns, get 1 1/2 pages of mostly the CDC vaccination schedule, while Pediatricians get a reference manual with 1 page of vaccine explanations and mostly the CDC vaccine schedule with 4 pages of warnings. Worth watching for the 3+ minutes. Well done.